Grant summaries dating back to 2004 when the Gray Family Fund starting making Grants through the Oregon Community Foundation.


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Organization Year County Funding Category Amount Details
1000 Friends of Oregon 2005 Statewide Other 50,000 See more »
for up to $50,000 to support land use planning activities
91 School/Carus School 2013 Clackamas Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
to send 62 sixth grade students from 91 School and 50 sixth grade students from Carus School to Hancock Field Station for four nights
ACLU Foundation of Oregon 2009 Statewide Other 3,000 See more »
for general support
ACLU Foundation of Oregon 2010 Statewide Other 3,000 See more »
for general support
ACLU Foundation of Oregon 2011 Statewide Other 4,000 See more »
for general support
ACLU Foundation of Oregon 2008 Statewide Other 3,000 See more »
for general support
Adams Elementary School 2013 Lane Outdoor School 4,000 See more »
to send 70 fifth grade students from Adams Elementary to NWRESD at Camp Cedar Ridge for two nights
Adams Elementary School 2014 Lane Outdoor School 4,000 See more »
to send 75 fifth grade kids to Camp Cedar Ridge for 2 nights
Adelante Mujeres 2009 Washington Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
to offer a retreat training in place-based education for early childhood education teachers in order to reach low-income, Latino children
Adventures Without Limits 2014 Washington Community Field Trips 500 See more »
Migrant worker youth empowerment outdoor program with two (2) overnight camping and forty-two (48) day trips involving kayaking, rafting, hiking, outdoor education, rock climbing, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
Alder Creek Children’s Forest 2010 Douglas Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for the third year of a three-year request ($29,360; $16,360; $14,160) to support 160 fifth and sixth grade students engaging in field, classroom, and computer activities
Alder Creek Children’s Forest 2009 Douglas Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for a three-year request ($29,360; $16,360; $14,160) to build local capacity of the Oregon Explorer program, which engages 5th and 6th grade students in field, classroom and computer lab activities
Alder Creek Children’s Forest 2008 Douglas Community Field Trips 25,000 See more »
for a three-year project to build local capacity of the Oregon Explorer program, which engage 5th and 6th grade students in field, classroom and computer lab activities
Alder Creek Community Forest 2014 Douglas Geography Education 31,050 See more »
to cultivate geographical literacy among grade 5-8 students in south Douglas County via an outdoor, inquiry-based curriculum building on the international GLOBE earth system science initiative
All Classical Public Media, Inc. 2008 Multnomah Other 5,000 See more »
for operating and capital uses
Aloha Huber Park School 2014 Washington Outdoor School 5,000 See more »
To send 71 sixth grade students from Aloha-Huber Park School in the Beaverton School District to Camp Magruder for 3 days/ 2 nights.
Aloha Huber Park School 2015 Washington Outdoor School 4,000 See more »
to send 67 sixth grade students from Aloha-Huber Park School to Camp Magruder for 2 nights
American Land Institute 2005 Multnomah Other 25,000 See more »
for up to $25,000 to support land use planning research and coalition building activities
American Leadership Forum 2012 Statewide Other 1,000 See more »
for the Class 26 project
Amity Elementary School 2013 Yamhill Outdoor School 4,000 See more »
to send 60 fifth grade students to United Methodist Church Camp in Toledo, OR for one night in the fall and to LaPine State Park in LaPine, OR for three nights in the spring
Amity Elementary School 2014 Yamhill Outdoor School 6,000 See more »
Amity Elementary School will send sixty 5th graders to Newport for two days in the fall to explore marine life. In the spring, Amity Elementary School will travel to LaPine to camp for four days and explore environmental science, birds of prey, and Oregon History.
Amity School District 4-J 2011 Yamhill Outdoor School 6,000 See more »
to send 65 fifth-grade students from Amity Elementary to LaPine (LaPine Campground) and Newport for four nights
Applegate Partnership and Watershed Council 2008 Jackson Community Field Trips 10,560 See more »
for a two-year request ($10,560/year) for the Cultivating Healthy Watersheds Education Project, teaching Applegate-area students about ecological restoration and watershed friendly farming
Arbor Center for Teaching 2014 Multnomah Geography Education 6,825 See more »
A 30 hour workshop for 20 elementary teachers in using thematic teaching to introduce mapping and geography skills to students.
Arco Iris Spanish Immersion Charter School 2014 Washington Outdoor School 1,600 See more »
The purpose of our project is to send 25 6th grade students to the Cedar Ridge Outdoor School located in Vernonia and incorporate certain components of the outdoor school experience into our growing middle school science curriculum.
Arco Iris Spanish Immersion Charter School 2015 Washington Outdoor School 1,000 See more »
to send 25 sixth grade students to Camp Cedar Ridge for 3 nights
Ashland Middle School 2014 Jackson Outdoor School 5,000 See more »
"to send 160 sixth grade students and 24 high school counselors from Ashland Middle School and Ashland High School/School District #5 to Mountain Lakes Camp for 3 nights"
Ashland School District 2012 Jackson Outdoor School 3,000 See more »
to send 65 fifth-grade students from Bellview Elementary on the Newport Oceanography Field Trip for two nights
Atkinson Elementary School PTA 2007 Multnomah Other 5,000 See more »
for Atkinson Elementary School to create "A Year In The Garden" book and another outreach book
Baker County Library District 2004 Baker Other 8,785 See more »
to purchase reading tables and chairs for adults and children, completing major renovation of four Baker County Library branches
Baker School District 5J 2011 Baker Outdoor School 6,300 See more »
to conduct a three-day outdoor school for all 160 sixth-grade students in Baker County
Beaverton School District 2010 Washington Community Field Trips 25,000 See more »
for the third year of a three-year request ($52,000; $56,000; $59,000) to support Terra Nova Community Farm, involving 120 students from Terra Nova High School
Beaverton School District 2010 Washington Outdoor School 7,738 See more »
to send 126 sixth-grade students from Health and Science School to YMCA Columbia-Willamette Camp Collins for four days and three nights
Beaverton School District 2010 Washington Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to send 200 sixth-grade students from Whitford Middle School to outdoor school for four days and three nights
Beaverton School District 2011 Washington Outdoor School 10,650 See more »
to send 142 sixth-grade students from the Health and Science School to NWRESD at Camp Westwind for three nights
Beaverton School District 2011 Washington Outdoor School 29,000 See more »
to send 580 sixth-grade students (280 from Meadow Park Middle, 300 from Cedar Park Middle) to NWRESD at Camps Magruder and Cedar Ridge for two nights
Beaverton School District 2011 Washington Outdoor School 12,200 See more »
to send 225 sixth-grade students from Whitford Middle to Camp Collins for three nights
Beaverton School District 2012 Washington Outdoor School 3,000 See more »
to send 125 sixth-grade students and 18 high school counselors from the Health and Science School to NWRESD at Camp Magruder for three nights
Beaverton School District 2012 Washington Outdoor School 11,000 See more »
to send 624 sixth-grade students to NWRESD at Camps Trickle Creek and Cedar Ridge for three nights
Bethel School District 2015 Lane Outdoor School 7,500 See more »
to send 150 fifth grade students from Bethel School District to Camp Trickle Creek for 2 nights
Bicycle Transportation Alliance 2008 Multnomah Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
to develop and implement a week-long summer camp/bicycle field trip program combining bicycle and pedestrian safety with environmental awareness
Bicycle Transportation Alliance (BTA) 2013 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
The BTA will train 30 physical education and health teachers and 20 other educators and community partners to facilitate comprehensive bicycle safety programs that include on-street practice for elementary, middle and high school students. Trainings will be conducted for the Roseburg School District, at the Oregon Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference (OAHPERD), and at the Annual Retreat of the Oregon Walk+Bike Network.
Bicycle Transportation Alliance (BTA) 2014 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 5,042 See more »
Trainings to help teachers facilitate district-wide bicycle education programs are working. One graduate of the Fall 2013 ORShape conference training has already set the wheels in motion to reach her entire school district next year. This year the BTA will train 50 educators to facilitate bicycle education programs that include on-street practice for students. Trainings will be conducted for the Amity School District and at the ORShape and Oregon Safe Routes to School Conferences.
Bienestar 2010 Washington Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for the third year of a three-year request ($15,000; $20,000; $20,000) for the Explorador Summer Science Camp program, a series of four one-week outdoor education day camps, to serve 100 children
Bienestar 2011 Washington Outdoor School 7,500 See more »
for Explorador Camp, to provide outdoor exploration opportunities for 48 5th-7th grade Latino children of low-income families
Bienestar 2012 Washington Teacher Professional Development 4,000 See more »
for the Explorador Camp program providing outdoor exploration and conservation education with a focus on water to 96 Latino children of farmworker and working poor families in grades 3-8 in Washington County
Bienestar 2009 Washington Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for a three-year request ($15,000; $20,000; $20,000) for the Explorador Summer Science Program, an environmental education day camp for 3rd - 7th graders
Bienestar 2014 Washington Community Field Trips 5,000 See more »
Explorador Camp provides outdoor exploration and conservation education with a focus on discovering the local watershed for 75 children of farmworker and working poor families in Washington County in partnership with Audubon Society of Portland and Clean Water Services.
Birth To Three 2009 Lane Other 2,250 See more »
for general support
Birth To Three 2010 Lane Other 1,500 See more »
for general support
Birth To Three 2011 Lane Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Bolton Primary School 2015 Clackamas Teacher Professional Development 14,000 See more »
To support 10 elementary teachers from Bolton Primary to write place based environmental curriculum for preschool to fifth grade children that is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards. An opportunity for 48 children to participate in a summer environmental camp will also be provided.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Oregon 2004 Deschutes Other 20,000 See more »
for a two-year request ($169,655; $84,835) to support new program directors in La Pine
Boys and Girls Clubs of Emerald Valley 2009 Lane Other 2,500 See more »
for support of the music program at the Cottage Grove Branch
Boys and Girls Clubs of Emerald Valley 2010 Lane Other 2,500 See more »
for support of the Cottage Grove Branch
BRING Recycling 2012 Lane Community Field Trips 1,856 See more »
to send 200 fifth graders from rural and low-income schools on educational field trips to community waste handling facilities, to foster conscious consumption and lifelong environmental stewardship
BRING Recycling 2008 Lane Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
BRING Recycling 2004 Lane Other 250,000 See more »
for development and construction of the Planet Improvement Center, to present conservation, reuse and recycling in an attractive, inspiring setting
Building Changes 2008 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Building Changes 2007 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Building Changes 2006 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Building Changes 2005 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Building Changes 2004 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Bus Project Foundation 2007 Multnomah Other 75,000 See more »
for general support of Oregon Bus Project's 2007 non-partisan programs (OCF would like a copy of "The Big Learn" evaluation once completed)
Butte Creek Elementary School 2013 Marion Outdoor School 5,000 See more »
to send 57 fifth and sixth grade students (25 from Butte Creek, 15 from Central Howell, and 17 from Scotts Mills) to Camp Westwind for three nights
Butte Creek Elementary School 2014 Marion Outdoor School 4,800 See more »
To send 55 fifth/sixth grade students from the Silver Falls School District (Butte Creek, Scotts Mills, and Central Howell schools) to Camp Westwind for 4 days and 3 nights during the 2014-15 school year.
Butte Falls Charter School 2015 Jackson Outdoor School 1,750 See more »
to send 25 fifth and sixth grade students to Camp Westwind for 3 nights
Butte Falls School District 2013 Jackson Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
To support teachers in creating their natural resource programs taking place at the acquired local fish hatchery.
Calapooia Watershed Council 2014 Linn Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
This project will send 120 fifth grade students from Oak Heights Elementary, Sweet Home Charter Elementary, and Holley Elementary schools to Camp Tadmor, near Sweet Home, for three full days and two nights. This project will also send 60 sixth grade students from Central Linn Elementary to Camp Koinonia, near Sweet Home, for four full days and three nights.
Calapooia Watershed Council 2015 Linn Teacher Professional Development 3,000 See more »
Field program training for volunteer mentors who will be working with youth and assisting teachers in watershed inquiry projects using StreamWebs.
Caldera 2010 Statewide Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
to support 8-10 outdoor arts and environmental retreats for 150 underserved 6th-8th grade students from ten Portland and Central Oregon schools
Caldera 2011 Statewide Community Field Trips 15,000 See more »
to support two eight-day outdoor arts and environmental retreats for 175 underserved 6th-8th grade students from ten Portland and Central Oregon schools
Camas Educational Network 2008 Lane Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
to expand the Community Stewardship Program, an ecology education program for middle- and high-school students in the Willamette Valley
Camas Educational Network 2007 Lane Community Field Trips 4,500 See more »
for presentation of ecology education programs to middle- and high-school students and a program that involves high schools students in preserving habitats at Hendricks Park and Buford/Mt. Pisgah recreation area
Camp Adams 2015 Clackamas Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Camp Arrah Wanna 2014 Clackamas Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Camp Attitude 2015 Linn Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Camp Cedar Ridge 2015 Columbia Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Camp Collins 2015 Multnomah Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Camp Howard 2014 Multnomah Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Camp Kiwanilong 2014 Clatsop Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Camp Lutherwood 2015 Lane Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Camp Magruder 2014 Tillamook Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Camp Namanu 2014 Clackamas Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Camp Suttle Lake 2014 Deschutes Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Camp Tadmor 2014 Linn Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Camp Tamarack 2014 Deschutes Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Camp Tamarack 2015 Deschutes Outdoor School 18,000 See more »
to send 1,800 fifth and sixth grade student from Deschutes, Jefferson and Crook counties to Outdoor School at Camp Tamarack for 2 nights
Camp Westwind 2014 Lincoln Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Canby School District 2009 Clackamas Outdoor School 40,000 See more »
to send 280 6th grade students from Ackerman & Baker Prairie Middle Schools, along with 28 high school students, to the NWRESD Outdoor School over the 09-10 school year
Canby School District 2010 Clackamas Outdoor School 16,500 See more »
to send 145 sixth-grade students from Ackerman Middle School to NWRESD Outdoor School for four days and three nights
Canby School District 2010 Clackamas Outdoor School 18,000 See more »
to send 140 sixth-grade students from Baker Prairie Middle School to NWRESD Outdoor School for four days and three nights
Canby School District 2010 Clackamas Outdoor School 23,000 See more »
to send 120 sixth-grade students from Ninety-One School and Carus Elementary School to OMSI Outdoor School for five days and four nights
Canby School District 2011 Clackamas Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
to send 115 sixth-grade students (57 from Carus Elementary, 58 from Ninety-One School) to OMSI at Hancock Field Station for four nights
Canby School District 2011 Clackamas Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
to send 262 sixth-grade students (66 from Eccles Elementary, 70 from Knight Elementary, 62 from Lee Elementary, 64 from Trost Elementary) to NWRESD at Camps Cedar Ridge or Magruder for three nights
Canby School District 2012 Clackamas Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to send 262 sixth-grade students (54 from Eccles Elementary, 62 from Knight Elementary, 90 from Lee Elementary, 56 from Trost Elementary) to NWRESD at Camps Cedar Ridge or Magruder for three nights
Canby School District 2012 Clackamas Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
to send 93 sixth-grade students (47 from Carus Elementary, 46 from Ninety-One School) to OMSI at Hancock Field Station for four nights
Canby School District 2013 Clackamas Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
to send 262 sixth-grade students (54 from Eccles Elementary, 60 from Knight Elementary, 90 from Lee Elementary, 56 from Trost Elementary) to NWRESD at Camp Cedar Ridge or Camp Magruder for three nights
Canby School District 2014 Clackamas Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
to send 229 sixth grade students to Magruder and Cedar Ridge for 3 nights
Canby School District 2015 Clackamas Outdoor School 14,500 See more »
to send 229 sixth grade students from the Canby School District to Camp Magruder for 3 nights
Carus Elementary 2015 Clackamas Outdoor School 7,500 See more »
to send 120 sixth grade students from Carus Elementary and 91 School and 16 high school counselors from Canby High School to Camp Hancock for 4 nights
Cascade Heights Public Charter School 2010 Clackamas Outdoor School 1,500 See more »
to send 25 sixth-grade students to Olympic Park Institute for five days and four nights
Cascade Heights Public Charter School 2008 Clackamas Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
to support a one-week outdoor school program for 6th grade (only) students
Cascade Land Conservancy 2010 Out of State Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Cascade Land Conservancy 2009 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Cascade Land Conservancy 2008 Out of State Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Cascade Land Conservancy 2008 Out of State Other 150,000 See more »
toward the current campaign
Cascade Land Conservancy 2007 Out of State Other 10,000 See more »
for the annual fund
Cascade Land Conservancy 2006 Out of State Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Cascade Land Conservancy 2005 Out of State Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Cascade Land Conservancy 2004 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Cascade Mountain School 2015 Hood River Teacher Professional Development 4,994 See more »
for the creation of a training program for 20 middle and high school science teachers to integrate place-based service education into their classrooms. The training utilizes experiential watershed science and food systems curricula coupled with dedicated time for planning, teaching, and assessment to create a meaningful and translatable experience for teachers.
Cascade Pacific RC&D, Inc. 2012 Lane Community Field Trips 5,000 See more »
to foster the next generation of farmers and conservationists by integrating food production and environmental stewardship activities in one program for 168 Lane County students in 6th-8th grade
Cascade Pacific Resource Conservation & Development 2013 Lane Community Field Trips 8,000 See more »
To bring 200 7th grade students to our demonstration farm for three field trips during the school year
Cascade Pacific Resource Conservation & Development 2014 Lane Community Field Trips 5,000 See more »
to Develop Habitat Landscaping at the Berggren Demonstration Farm Education Center
Cascade School District 2015 Marion Outdoor School 7,500 See more »
to send 180 sixth grade students from Cascade School District to Camp Tadmor for 4 nights
Cascades Raptor Center 2008 Lane Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for a two-year request ($33,572; $24,036) to provide early childhood education through the development of age-appropriate curriculum (not toward the nature place-based focus of the proposal)
Center for Diversity & the Environment 2014 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 20,000 See more »
The Environment 2042 Leadership Program for Environmental Educators will create a cadre of change agents that will build a more diverse, equitable and inclusive culture in the environmental movement while advancing equity and building more diverse leaders in the environmental education field.
Center for Earth Leadership 2010 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
for the second year of a three-year request ($15,000; $10,000; $10,000) to build an Eco-School Network of trained "parent agents" to introduce sustainable practices and eco-awareness within their local school communities
Center for Earth Leadership 2011 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
to build an Eco-School Network of trained "parent-agents" to take the lead in introducing sustainable practices and raising eco-awareness within 35 local school communities
Center for Earth Leadership 2012 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
to transport the model of Portland Eco-School Network and expand to other districts or school clusters
Center for Earth Leadership 2013 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 3,000 See more »
To train and support parents in at least 60 elementary schools who intentionally introduce more sustainable practices, form student green teams and nature clubs, and otherwise create a culture of respect for Earth in the daily life of children at school, all supported by five separate Eco-School Networks (ESNs) in the Willamette Valley.
Center for Earth Leadership 2008 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
for a two-year request ($15,000 per year) to create an Eco-School Network with trained "parent-agents" taking the lead to introduce sustainable practices and raise ecological consciousness within their local school community
Center for Earth Leadership 2014 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 15,000 See more »
To complete work in testing the formation and operation of Eco-School Networks in five Willamette Valley school districts, and if the testing is successful (and so far it has been), create a separate structure to promote and support ESNs in school districts or school clusters around the State of Oregon
Center for Earth Leadership 2015 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 8,000 See more »
Create a statewide training and resource center (1) to promote formation of Eco-School Networks in Oregon school districts and (2) to support trained Network parents in leading sustainability efforts at their respective schools. Each Network will be guided by a steering committee of parents.
Center for Geography Education in Oregon 2014 Statewide Geography Education 10,250 See more »
a research project to be conducted this summer on Geographic Information Science (GIS) platforms, programs, and software that are appropriate for instruction in Oregon
Center for Geography in Oregon 2015 Multnomah Geography Education 20,000 See more »
stipend for existing C-GEO P.D. grants adds instructional field trips and requests high quality lesson plans from teachers participating in C-GEO Geography education trainings and activities
Central Linn School District 2009 Linn Outdoor School 7,500 See more »
to support a four-day, three-night residential outdoor camp for about 55 underserved 6th grade students, providing experiential science education in watershed and forest ecology while developing local capacity for sustainability of the program
Central Linn School District 2010 Linn Outdoor School 6,500 See more »
to send 60 sixth-grade students to an outdoor school for four days and three nights
Central Linn School District 2011 Linn Outdoor School 5,000 See more »
to send 60 sixth-grade students from Central Linn Elementary to Camp Tadmor for three nights
Central Oregon Environmental Center 2010 Deschutes Outdoor School 7,954 See more »
for the first year of a two-year request ($7,954; $3841) to improve the sustainability educational outcomes of the existing EarthSmart Kids program by grounding students' experience in their local community through field trips to the landfill and waste water treatment plant, and an outdoor school experience
Central Oregon Environmental Center 2011 Deschutes Community Field Trips 4,985 See more »
for EarthSmart Kids Community Exploration Project, to improve the educational outcomes by grounding students' experience in their local community through an outdoor school experience and field trips to the landfill, waste water treatment plant, local watershed and water source
Central Oregon Environmental Center 2012 Deschutes Teacher Professional Development 7,000 See more »
to create a year-long professional learning community for 4-8 grade Central Oregon teachers that increases their understanding of sustainability and their capacity to teach about it
Central PTA 2013 Linn Outdoor School 5,200 See more »
to send 30 fifth grade students from Central Elementary School and 5 high school counselors to Camp Cedar Ridge for three nights
Centro de Ayuda 2008 Lincoln Other 2,500 See more »
for general support
Chess For Success 2009 Multnomah Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Chintimini Wildlife Rehabilitation 2008 Benton Community Field Trips 8,900 See more »
to develop an on-site learning lab pilot program at the Chintimini Wildlife Center, in partnership with OSU Extension 4H and Benton Soil and Water Conservation District
Cispus Outdoor Learning Center 2015 Out of State Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
City of Creswell 2013 Lane Community Field Trips 2,500 See more »
For expansion of the City of Creswell's fourth annual Earth Day Celebration, engaging students in environmental curriculum focused on tree care and maintenance while promoting critical thinking on the value of urban forestry through an art and essay contest.
City of Eugene River House Outdoor Program 2013 Lane Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
Full Moon Rising exists to inspire students in local schools to recognize their intimate connection to the natural environment by integrating our classroom curriculum with structured outdoor activities.
Classroom Law Project 2013 Statewide Other 15,000 See more »
To introduce 130 social studies and science teachers to Oregon's Constitution, famous environmental law cases, and provide training that will help them design environmental public policy teaching pathways to use with their 2,000 learners in grades 4, 5, 8, and 9-12 classrooms.
Clearing Magazine 2011 Statewide Other 5,000 See more »
to develop and build an effective multimedia resource journal/website that supports teacher professional development in environmental education by providing access to the best ideas, creative teaching strategies and resources that promote environmental literacy
Clearing Magazine 2012 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
to develop and build an effective multimedia resource journal/website that supports teacher professional development in environmental education
Coast Range Natural Resource Education Organization 2014 Benton and Linn Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
To send ~171 sixth grade students from six schools to Forest Camp-Outdoor school for five days and four nights.
Coast Range Natural Resource Education Organization 2015 Benton Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 150 sixth grade students from six schools to Forest Camp for 4 nights
Coast Range Natural Resources 2010 Benton Outdoor School 9,250 See more »
to send 169 sixth-grade students to Forest Camp Outdoor School
Coast Range Natural Resources 2011 Benton Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 171 sixth-grade students (5 from Alsea, 39 from Hamilton Creek, 39 from Lacomb, 27 from Monroe, 45 from Scio, 16 from Zion) to CRNREO Forest Camp for four nights
Coast Range Natural Resources 2012 Benton Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
to send 185 sixth-grade students (15 from Alsea, 30 from Hamilton Creek, 30 from Lacomb, 45 from Monroe, 50 from Scio, 15 from Zion) to CRNREO Forest Camp for four nights
Coast Range Natural Resources 2009 Benton Outdoor School 5,000 See more »
for a five year request ($9,800/yr) to support the Forest Camp Scholarship Fund, a one-week outdoor school program
Coast Range Natural Resources 2008 Benton Outdoor School 4,800 See more »
for a five year request ($9,800/yr) to support the Forest Camp Scholarship Fund, a one-week outdoor school program
Columbia Arts 2004 Hood River Other 15,000 See more »
to purchase the former American Legion Hall in downtown Hood River and convert it into a community-based center for the arts
Columbia Gorge Discovery Center 2006 Wasco Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for a two-year request ($10,000/year) to support the Adopt-An-Acre Habitat Restoration Program, engaging youth age 6 to 21 in restoration efforts
Columbia Gorge Earth Center 2008 Hood River Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Columbia Gorge Earth Center 2007 Hood River Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Columbia Gorge Earth Center 2006 Hood River Other 500 See more »
for general support
Columbia Gorge Ecology Institute 2010 Hood River Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
to provide outdoor experiences for 300+ 5th grade students in the Columbia River Gorge
Columbia Gorge Ecology Institute 2011 Hood River Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for Science in Action, to provide on-the-ground field conservation research opportunities for 300 students in the Columbia River Gorge
Columbia Gorge Ecology Institute 2012 Hood River Community Field Trips 15,000 See more »
for the expansion of the Science in Action program to serve 840 middle school youth and provide on-the-ground field conservation research opportunities in the Columbia Gorge at least three days of the school year
Columbia Gorge Ecology Institute 2009 Hood River Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
to plan and develop the Snowden Wetlands Regional Environmental Education Center to offer three-day, residential, outdoor school sessions for underserved fifth-grade students of Hood River and North Wasco counties, not for Trout Lake ODS
Columbia Gorge Ecology Institute 2008 Hood River Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
for the Young Eco Stewards (YES) partnership which provides ecological stewardship and scientific research experiences for youth (teacher training & Americorps)
Columbia Land Trust 2012 Out of State Other 2,000 See more »
for general support
Columbia Slough Watershed Council 2010 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
to engage 4,500+ K-12 students and support 25 teachers in field-based science education and service learning projects to raise awareness of the Columbia Slough Watershed
Columbia Slough Watershed Council 2011 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
to engage K-12 students and provide support to teachers from Gresham, Fairview and Portland in field-based science education and service learning projects
Columbia Slough Watershed Council 2012 Multnomah Community Field Trips 17,138 See more »
to engage 375 5th-8th grade students and their teachers in all aspects of restoration including project design, implementation, and performance monitoring throughout the year
Columbia Slough Watershed Council 2013 Multnomah Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
For the Slough School Education Program, engaging 1,200 5-8 grade, low-income student contacts throughout the watershed in community infrastructure tours, science education and service-learning projects to raise awareness about their watershed.
Columbia Slough Watershed Council 2009 Multnomah Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for year two of a two-year request for the Slough School Education Program, engaging K-12 students throughout the watershed in science education and service-learning projects to raise awareness of the watershed
Columbia Slough Watershed Council 2008 Multnomah Community Field Trips 28,000 See more »
for a two year request ($28,782/yr) for the Slough School Education Program, engaging K-12 students throughout the watershed in science education and service-learning projects to raise awareness of the watershed
Columbia Slough Watershed Council 2014 Multnomah Community Field Trips 12,000 See more »
For the Slough School Education Program: engaging culturally diverse 5-8 grade students throughout the Columbia Slough Watershed in community infrastructure tours, science education and service-learning projects to raise awareness about their watershed. In addition to program delivery, this proposal supports a strategic assessment to ensure programming meets NGSS and supports teachers’ curricular needs while pursuing ways to engage the broader community in watershed restoration.
Community Alliance of Lane County 2009 Lane Other 4,000 See more »
for general support
Community Alliance of Lane County 2011 Lane Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Community Alliance of Lane County 2008 Lane Other 4,000 See more »
for general support
Community Alliance of Lane County 2008 Lane Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Community Services Consortium 2008 Lincoln Community Field Trips 15,000 See more »
to engage 6-12 grade students from Lincoln City's Career Tech High School in restoration work
Community Sharing Program 2011 Lane Other 3,500 See more »
for general support
Community Warehouse Northwest 2007 Multnomah Other 10,000 See more »
in support of "pick-up" services for donated items
Community Warehouse Northwest 2004 Multnomah Other 5,000 See more »
to support the volunteer coordinator position
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs 2011 Statewide Community Field Trips 1,300 See more »
to enhance fisheries and watershed education amongst 5th grade students through field trips and classroom participation, designated as $500 for travel and $800 for equipment
Coos Watershed Association 2013 Coos Teacher Professional Development 7,222 See more »
To support a professional learning program for 35 southwestern Oregon educators and mentors to effectively integrate place-based, service-learning curriculum, especially focused on watershed conservation, into traditional and alternative education programs, with an emphasis on building opportunities for at-risk youth.
Corbett School District 2009 Multnomah Outdoor School 3,500 See more »
to send 70 6th grade and 5 high school students to the MESD Outdoor School over the 09-10 school year
Corbett School District #39 2011 Multnomah Outdoor School 4,000 See more »
to send 59 sixth-grade students from Corbett Middle to MESD Outdoor School for five nights
Corvallis Environmental Center 2008 Benton Teacher Professional Development 9,660 See more »
to expand the Avery Nature House Center's early childhood education programs, including preschool classes, emphasizing parent involvement with exploration of local natural areas, and by creating a new outdoor educational space
Corvallis Multicultural Literacy Center 2012 Benton Other 1,500 See more »
for general support
Corvallis School District 2011 Benton Teacher Professional Development 20,000 See more »
for development of an outdoor education program which reaches all district children during at least ten years of their K-12 experience through comprehensive district-wide teacher training
Cottage Grove Public Library 2010 Lane Other 2,500 See more »
for general support
Crater Lake National Park Trust 2011 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
for a matching grant of up to $10,000 for the Classroom at Crater Lake, to support teacher field-based professional development and encourage use of Crater Lake National Park as a dynamic learning laboratory for over 5,000 student visits
Crater Lake National Park Trust 2008 Statewide Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for Classroom at Crater Lake, to train 4th and 5th grade teachers, and to bring 2,000 students to Crater Lake National Park
Creative Educational Networks/Environmental Education Project (dba Clearing Magazine) 2013 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
To build and sustain an effective multimedia resource (journal/website) that shares teaching ideas and resources for developing environmental literacy in the Pacific Northwest.
Creative Growth Art Center 2009 Out of State Other 2,000 See more »
for general support
Creative Growth Art Center 2007 Out of State Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Creative Growth Art Center 2006 Out of State Other 2,000 See more »
for general support
Creative Growth Art Center 2005 Out of State Other 2,000 See more »
for general support
Creative Growth Art Center 2004 Out of State Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Crook County Outdoor School 2013 Crook Outdoor School 12,000 See more »
to send 215 Crook County sixth grade students from Crook County Middle School, Paulina Elementary School, and Powell Butte Charter School to Suttle Lake Camp for four nights
Crook County Outdoor School 2014 Crook Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
To send 215 Crook County 6th graders from Crook County Middle School, Paulina Elementary School, and Powell Butte Charter School to Suttle Lake Camp for 5 days and 4 nights.
Crook County School District 2009 Crook Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to provide all 270 Crook County 6th grade students with a week-long, residential, educational experience
Crook County School District 2010 Crook Outdoor School 18,000 See more »
to send 241 sixth-grade students from Crook County Middle School to the Crook County Outdoor School Program for five days and four nights
Crook County School District 2011 Crook Outdoor School 18,000 See more »
to send 230 sixth-grade students (210 from Crook County Middle, 2 from Paulina Elementary, 18 from Powell Butte Charter) to Suttle Lake Methodist Camp for four nights
Crook County School District 2012 Crook Outdoor School 18,000 See more »
to send 218 sixth-grade students (200 from Crook County Middle, 3 from Paulina Elementary, 15 from Powell Butte Charter) to Suttle Lake Methodist Camp for four nights
Crook County School District 2008 Crook Outdoor School 18,000 See more »
to provide every Crook County sixth grader the opportunity to attend the week-long outdoor school (student scholarships & site rental)
Curry Soil & Water Conservation District 2010 Curry Community Field Trips 12,500 See more »
to reach over 600 5th - 8th grade students, 20 teachers, and 50 parents through the South Coast Foodshed project, exploring the foodsheds of southern Oregon, creating several school gardens, interviewing local farmers and ranchers, and understanding the wider food distribution system
Curry Soil & Water Conservation District 2012 Curry Community Field Trips 12,000 See more »
to provide over 200 5th grade students experiences with local farmland projects that support healthy watershed stewardship
Curry Soil & Water Conservation District 2013 Curry Community Field Trips 14,462 See more »
To engage 270 5th-6th grade students from Curry county's 3 rural school districts on field trips to water collection sites, treatment and waste water facilities. Students will connect the drops' of their tap water's journey, perform labs and finally school assemblies will to allow students to share their local communities "water story" To bring global awareness to over 1500 k-8 students from 4 schools in 5 assemblies to view footage and hear the "water story" of remote villages in Ghana, Africa
Curry Soil & Water Conservation District 2008 Curry Community Field Trips 15,000 See more »
to connect students and communities of Curry County to their watersheds and "foodsheds" through a series of diverse outdoor programs
David Douglas School District #40 2010 Multnomah Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to send 794 sixth grade students and 115 high school student volunteers to MESD Outdoor School for five days and four nights
David Douglas School District #40 2011 Multnomah Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to send 821 sixth-grade students (250 from Alice Ott Middle, 290 from Floyd Light Middle, 281 from Ron Russell Middle) to MESD Outdoor School for two nights
David Douglas School District #40 2012 Multnomah Outdoor School 18,000 See more »
to send 760 sixth-grade students (222 from Alice Ott Middle, 263 from Floyd Light Middle, 275 from Ron Russell Middle) to MESD Outdoor School for two nights
Deschutes Children’s Forest 2014 Deschutes Teacher Professional Development 6,600 See more »
Deschutes Children’s Forest collaboratively with our partners is developing two types of professional development opportunities for approximately 180 Central Oregon teachers. School-wide "Learning in Your NatureHood" trainings provide the foundation for guiding students to develop inquiry questions that can be investigated in their schoolyard. "Building Science Literacy through Outdoor Inquiry" are 1-day trainings that give teachers the skills to implement inquiry-based field investigations.
Deschutes Children’s Forest 2015 Deschutes Teacher Professional Development 15,000 See more »
The Children's Forest of Central Oregon collaborative will implement three types of professional development opportunities for approximately 50 Central Oregon teachers and 20 volunteer mentors to develop and implement outdoor, inquiry-based lessons focused on Central Oregon's natural resources.
Deschutes Land Trust 2011 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
for the Volunteer Mentor Training Program
Discover Your Forest 2014 Deschutes Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
In its first year, Discover Your Forest's Citizen Science Academy will provide 1800+ hours of field experience during three half-day trips per student, reaching roughly 400 students from four low-income rural schools. 5th-8th graders and their teachers will work side-by-side with professional researchers, adult mentors and college students. In addition, students from a small independent private school will mentor younger students from a nearby public community school.
Douglas County Museum Foundation 2014 Douglas Community Field Trips 2,000 See more »
To provide outdoor education to 7th-12th students in the local area during the summer by giving them the opportunity to visit various areas in the Umpqua Valley and beyond, and learn from seasoned professionals about the history and ecosystems of those areas.
Drift Creek Camp 2015 Lincoln Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
E2 Foundation 2011 Statewide Outdoor School 37,200 See more »
for a matching grant of up to $37,200 to integrate experiential, accessible art with hands-on, field-based environmental education at the MESD Outdoor School
E2 Foundation/Friends of Outdoor School 2011 Statewide Outdoor School 7,500 See more »
for up to $20,000 (with up to $10,000 from the Gray Family Fund) to develop sustainable funding sources and long-term partners through the hiring of a community relationship coordinator
Eagle Creek Elementary – Estacada School District 2015 Clackamas Outdoor School 9,500 See more »
to send 156 fifth and sixth grade students from the Estacada School District to Camp Magruder for 3 nights
Earth and Spirit Council 2004 Multnomah Other 2,500 See more »
to secure support for Earth Arts, using funds to continue to develop and test environmental/arts curriculum in 30 PPS classrooms in the 04-05 school year
Ecology In Classrooms and Outdoors 2013 Clatsop Teacher Professional Development 12,000 See more »
To provide 28 teachers with professional development opportunities in ecology and nature-based art, through workshops and classroom modeling of hands-on ecology and art lessons that reach over 800 elementary students.
Ecology In Classrooms and Outdoors 2014 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
In 2014-15, ECO will facilitate the Connecting Students to Nature Program. We will invite the 56 3-5th grade teachers taking part in the Program to enhance their learning and their students’ experience by participating in the Connecting Teachers to Nature project. This includes: modeled teaching of place-based ecology, two curriculum workshops, teacher-created ecology lessons, art-ecology extension lessons, delivery of an art-ecology lesson and establishment of an ecology lesson clearinghouse.
Edgewood Community Elementary School 2014 Lane Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 80 fifth grade students to Camp Westwind for 3 nights
Educational Recreational Adventures 2010 Yamhill Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
for a two-year request ($25,223; $22,283) to allow 135 students and 6 teachers/volunteers to take at least one three-day field trip
Educational Recreational Adventures 2008 Yamhill Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
to provide outdoor adventures and environmental education for students of Jefferson and Roosevelt High Schools
Educational Recreational Adventures 2014 Multnomah Community Field Trips 500 See more »
Students will complete a day long adventure that will expose them to four forms of public transportation in addition to a hike through the hidden wilderness within Southwest Portland.
Elkton Community Education Center 2011 Douglas Other 1,500 See more »
for general support
Environmental Education Association 2007 Multnomah Other 30,000 See more »
to (1)establish an Environmental Education Advisory Council for Oregon, (2)transform the current "operational" board into a "policy and fundraising" board, and (3)promote environmental education in new arenas
Environmental Education Association of Oregon 2014 Washington Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
To provide 40 scholarships for public K-12 educators and non-profit staff to enable them to attend a Sustainable Schools Workshop in the Summer of 2014.
Environmental Education Association of Oregon (EEAO) 2014 Multnomah Other 15,000 See more »
for the formerly-called "Gray Gathering" now to be called the Oregon Environmental Education Conference to be held in August 2014; $10,000 is for support of the conference and $5,000 is for scholarships
Environmental Education Association of Oregon SOSI 2013 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
to provide 46 scholarships for public K-12 school teachers and administrators and non-profit staff, to enable them to attend the 2013 Sustainable Schools Sustainable Solutions conference on June 25, 2013
Eugene Public Library 2009 Lane Other 750 See more »
for general support
Eugene Public Library 2010 Lane Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Eugene Public Library 2012 Lane Other 1,500 See more »
for general support
Eugene Public Library Foundation 2011 Lane Other 1,250 See more »
for general support
Eugene School District 4J 2011 Lane Outdoor School 3,400 See more »
to send 85 fifth-grade students (30 from Adams Elementary, 55 previously from Crest Elementary) to NWRESD at Camp Cedar Ridge for an outdoor school field trip for two nights
Eugene School District 4J 2011 Lane Outdoor School 7,425 See more »
to send 99 fifth-grade students from Edgewood Elementary to NWRESD at Camp Westwind for three nights
Eugene School District 4J 2012 Lane Outdoor School 3,000 See more »
to send 58 fifth-grade students from Adams Elementary to NWRESD at Camp Cedar Ridge for three nights
Faulconer-Chapman School 2010 Polk Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send all 85 6th grade students to a four-night, five-day outdoor school
Ferguson Elementary School 2014 Klamath Outdoor School 3,500 See more »
To send 70 Ferguson Elementary School sixth grade students to Camp Magruder for four nights.
Fern Ridge Library Foundation 2008 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for the capital fund to expand the library
Fern Ridge Library Foundation 2008 Lane Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Fern Ridge School District 2011 Lane Outdoor School 5,820 See more »
to send 97 fifth-grade students (52 from Veneta Elementary, 45 from Elmira Elementary) to Sky Camp for three nights
FOOD For Lane County 2009 Lane Other 6,250 See more »
for general support
FOOD For Lane County 2010 Lane Other 12,000 See more »
for general support
FOOD For Lane County 2011 Lane Other 7,000 See more »
for general support
FOOD For Lane County 2012 Lane Other 1,500 See more »
for general support
FOOD For Lane County 2008 Lane Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
FOOD for Lane County 2008 Lane Other 2,000 See more »
for general support
FOOD for Lane County 2004 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Food Roots 2010 Tillamook Community Field Trips 6,000 See more »
for the Seeds of Self Reliance Program, to build capacity and strengthen Food Roots' school based garden and food system education programs serving 4th-8th grade youth in Tillamook
Food Share of Lincoln County 2012 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Forest Grove Community School 2011 Washington Outdoor School 3,750 See more »
to send 25 fifth-grade students and 25 sixth-grade students to NWRESD at Camp Westwind for three nights
Forest Grove Community School 2013 Washington Outdoor School 2,000 See more »
to send 52 fifth and sixth grade students from Forest Grove Community School to Camp Trickle Creek for three nights
Forest Grove Community School 2015 Washington Outdoor School 1,500 See more »
to send 26 fifth grade students from Forest Grove Community School to Camp Magruder for 3 nights
Forterra 2011 Out of State Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Forterra 2012 Out of State Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Friends of Outdoor School 2012 Statewide Other 2,500 See more »
to support the development of an Environmental Literacy Program
Friends of Outdoor School 2013 Multnomah Other 15,000 See more »
To determine, document, and create a systematic process for analyzing data about the impact of Outdoor School on students.
Friends of Outdoor School 2013 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 5,600 See more »
To help nature camp instructors learn how to use artistic tools, techniques, and methods to better engage children in learning about and exploring nature.
Friends of Outdoor School 2015 Statewide Outdoor School 85,000 See more »
To act as fiscal agent in support of the Oregon Outdoor Education Coalition Phase 1, Step: to build a strong public will building advocacy campaign.
Friends of Straub Environmental Learning Center 2013 Marion Community Field Trips 3,500 See more »
To provide two 5-day outdoor environmental education camps for 40 students in grades 4-8 who attend Salem-area schools that serve a high percentage of economically disadvantaged students. The camp's theme is "Naturalist Nation" and the focus on a different animal each day will improve their powers of nature observation and naturalist's skills as they visit different outdoor sites. Service projects are key components of the camps which will teach the campers environmental stewardship.
Friends of Straub Environmental Learning Center 2014 Polk Teacher Professional Development 6,000 See more »
This three part project will 1) Instruct teachers on helping students find a path into exploring the natural world by getting them out of the classroom, 2) Provide teachers with skills to encourage students to create their own personal connection to nature through poetry, drawings, photography or journaling of their own experiences, and 3) Provide opportunities for students to submit artistic work for consideration to be published in the 2015 Honoring Our Rivers Anthology.
Friends of Straub Environmental Learning Center 2015 Marion Teacher Professional Development 7,000 See more »
Instruct teachers on getting students out of the classroom to use writing & art to explore nature. Develop strategies to expand the Nature Writing & Art Workshop & Honoring Our Rivers as environmental education tools to be used by partner organizations such as SOLVE, Caldera Arts & outdoor schools.
Friends of the Straub Environmental 2010 Marion Outdoor School 3,000 See more »
for the first year of a two-year request ($3,000; $5,000) to support two, five-day outdoor camps for 4th-8th grade students, with a focus on the natural history and ecology of Oregon rainforests and watersheds, environmental careers, and environmental stewardship within the Santiam State Forest
Friends of the Straub Environmental 2011 Marion Outdoor School 5,000 See more »
to support two five-day outdoor environmental education camps for students grades 4-5 and 6-8 from Salem-area Title 1 schools
Friends of the Straub Environmental 2012 Marion Teacher Professional Development 2,500 See more »
to support two, five-day outdoor environmental education camps for students in grades 4-5 and 6-8 from Salem-area Title I schools focused on natural history, the ecology of Oregon rainforests and watersheds, environmental careers, and environmental stewardship
Friends of the Tualatin River NWR 2011 Washington Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
to conduct an outdoor environmental education program for 5th-8th grade students and provide nature education training for teachers and volunteers
Friends of the Tualatin River NWR 2012 Washington Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
to continue to coordinate and conduct a high quality environmental education program for 5th-8th graders and training for teachers and volunteers
Friends of the Tualatin River NWR 2009 Washington Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
to collaborate with Sherwood School District in creating a permanent experiential environmental education program to provide students with nature-based learning opportunities
Friends of Tryon Creek State Park 2010 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
to produce a teacher training/mentoring summer institute that will promote science inquiry as a fundamental teaching tool and break down barriers for the utilization of natural settings to engage their students in environmental and science education
Friends of Tryon Creek State Park 2011 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 10,750 See more »
to expand the 2010 pilot program that introduces teachers to working in a natural setting and furthers their understanding of science inquiry
Friends of Tryon Creek State Park 2012 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 9,250 See more »
to integrate the Oregon Environmental Literacy Plan with the 2009 Oregon Science Standards to allow 105 teachers to more easily meet curriculum goals through participating in 7 workshops throughout 2012-13
Friends of Tryon Creek State Park 2009 Statewide Community Field Trips 12,280 See more »
for the Tryon Steward Fieldtrip Program for 5th-8th graders students
Friends of Tryon Creek State Park 2014 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
FOTC will develop and deliver a model professional development program serving 60 teachers and 40 volunteer mentors through professional development workshops and follow-up support. This innovative effort will connect the Next Generation Science and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Standards, and the Oregon Environmental Literacy Plan through place–based environmental experiences.
Friends of Tryon Creek State Park 2015 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
To provide 60+ volunteer Nature Guides with trail-based instructional techniques designed to meet the needs of diverse student groups. FOTC will also collaborate with teachers to create seven outdoor teaching units (one per grade; K-6) infused with culturally relevant instructional practices.
Friends of Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge 2013 Washington Teacher Professional Development 15,000 See more »
Friends of Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge intends to serve our diverse community: to build professional capacity for 300 educators and volunteer mentors to incorporate nature-based learning into classrooms and youth organizations; to provide outdoor learning experiences for 2,500 youth; and to provide 850 family members opportunities to learn and experience nature together.
Friends of Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge 2015 Washington Teacher Professional Development 16,400 See more »
to train 50 formal and non-formal educators to deliver environmental lessons that respectfully present contemporary Indigenous perspectives as well as accurately depict Native American histories of the region.
Friends of Zenger Farm 2010 Statewide Community Field Trips 5,000 See more »
for the first year of a two-year request ($10,000/year) to support 200 5th-8th grade students in participating in farm field trips
Friends of Zenger Farm 2011 Statewide Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for an interdisciplinary outdoor education program connecting 5th-8th grade students to nature in their neighborhood through multiple interrelated farm field trips
Friends of Zenger Farm 2004 Statewide Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
G.A.P.S. Foundation 2009 Washington Community Field Trips 33,000 See more »
for the second year of a three-year request ($52,000; $56,000; $59,000) from Terra Nova High School to support Terra Nova Conservation Corps/Community Farm, serving 80-120 students each year
G.A.P.S. Foundation 2008 Washington Community Field Trips 35,000 See more »
for a three-year request ($52,000; $56,000; $59,000) from Terra Nova High School to support Terra Nova Conservation Corps/Community Farm, serving 80-120 students each year
Georgetown University 2005 Out of State Other 85,000 See more »
for up to $162,000 to support a cost benefit analysis and public education efforts around land use planning 3/23/06 update - $77,000 to Georgetown (05-05083) and $85,000 to OSU as subcontractor (06-00849)
Georgetown University 2005 Out of State Other 77,000 See more »
for up to $162,000 to support a cost benefit analysis and public education efforts around land use planning
Gervais Middle School 2009 Marion Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for about 85 6th grade students to experience ecological learning and hands-on activities at the Oregon 4-H Center to increase environmental awareness
Girl Scouts of Oregon and SW Washington 2008 Klamath Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to train 20 students to work with Klamath Outdoor Science School
Gladstone School district 2013 Clackamas Outdoor School 12,500 See more »
to send 150 sixth grade students from Walter L. Kraxberger Middle School to Twin Rocks Friends Camp in for two separate five-night sessions (75 students each)
Gladstone School District #115 2011 Clackamas Outdoor School 25,000 See more »
to send 170 sixth-grade students from Kraxberger Middle to Twin Rocks Friends Camp for two sessions of five nights each
Gladstone School District #115 2012 Clackamas Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
to send 150 sixth-grade students from Kraxberger Middle School to Twin Rocks Friends Camp for five nights
Gladstone School District #115 2009 Clackamas Outdoor School 25,000 See more »
to establish a fund for 185 needy students to attend a five-day outdoor school
Gladstone School District #115 2008 Clackamas Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
for a two week outdoor school experience for sixth-graders at Walter L. Kraxberger Middle School
Gladstone School District No. 115 2013 Clackamas Community Field Trips 12,750 See more »
To send 666 fifth through eight grade students on Environmental Excursions to expand their knowledge of wastewater treatment plants and landfills, renewable energy sites (Solar Highway, wind farms) and other environmentally-focused venues as well as participation with SOLVE on the restoration of Rinearson Creek, and utilizing recycled environmental waste to create attractive and meaningful community eco-art.
Gladstone Schools 2014 Clackamas Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
To send 152 sixth grade students from Kraxberger Middle School in the Gladstone School District to Twin Rocks Friends Camp for to separate sessions of 4 nights/5 days each.
Gladstone Schools 2015 Clackamas Outdoor School 14,500 See more »
to send 157 sixth grade students from Kraxberger Middle School to Camp Twin Rocks for 4 nights
Grantmakers of Oregon and SW Washington 2015 Statewide Other 3,349 See more »
Greater Albany Public School District 2014 Linn Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
To send 140 fifth graders from Sunrise, Central and North Albany Elementary Schools / Greater Albany Public School District to the Trickle Creek Outdoor Science School for a 4 day, 3 night camp experience focused on ecology, natural resources and people
Greater Albany Public School District 2015 Linn Outdoor School 13,500 See more »
to send 171 fifth grade students from Sunrise, North Albany, and Central/Takena Elementary to Camp Trickle Creek for 3 nights
Gresham-Barlow Education Foundation 2011 Multnomah Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
to send 890 sixth-grade students (230 from Clear Creek Middle, 60 from Damascus Middle, 200 from Dexter McCarty Middle, 274 from Gordon Russell Middle, 126 from West Orient Middle) to MESD at Camps Namanu, Arrah Wanna, Sandy River, Howard, and Milk Creek for two nights
Gresham-Barlow Education Foundation 2012 Multnomah Outdoor School 28,000 See more »
to send 915 sixth-grade students (243 from Clear Creek Middle, 62 from Damascus Middle, 180 from Dexter McCarty Middle, 280 from Gordon Russell Middle, 150 from West Orient Middle) to MESD at Camps Namanu, Arrah Wanna, Sandy River, and Howard for two nights
Gresham-Barlow Education Foundation 2009 Multnomah Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to send 842 6th grade and 71 high school students to the MESD Outdoor School over the 09-10 school year
Gresham-Barlow School District 2014 Multnomah Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
To send 870 sixth-grade students from Gresham-Barlow School District to MESD Outdoor School for two nights Fall of 2014.
Gresham-Barlow School District 2015 Multnomah Outdoor School 19,500 See more »
to send 839 sixth grade students from the Gresham-Barlow School District to MESD Outdoor School for 2 nights
Grove Christian Service Camp 2015 Lane Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Growing Gardens 2012 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
to broaden access by teachers and volunteers statewide to best-practices environmental education training, through implementing three trainings per year, reaching 75 volunteers & teachers
Growing Gardens 2008 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
for year one of the Youth Grow School Garden Coordinator Certificate Program, three year project to develop and implement a certification program to train volunteers and teachers in sustainable garden-based education for elementary school children
Growing Gardens 2014 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 15,000 See more »
This project establishes a Professional Learning Community (PLC) of teachers to learn how to use on-site learning gardens to enhance their students’ educational experiences while meeting new educational standards and goals articulated in the Oregon Environmental Literacy Plan. This work supports transformative experiences for teachers and students by promoting self-directed inquiry, and will build long-lasting school support for learning gardens and organic food garden education.
Growing Gardens 2015 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 15,000 See more »
Teachers sharing pedagogy and best practices to use school gardens to enhance students' learning and academic achievement in science, math, language arts, environmental, and engineering practices.
H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest 2015 Lane Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
To engage educators, students, and their families in a hummingbird citizen science project to learn more about pollination ecology and the scientific method.
Habitat for Humanity-Lincoln County 2010 Lincoln Other 500 See more »
for general support
Habitat for Humanity-Lincoln County 2011 Lincoln Other 750 See more »
for general support
Habitat for Humanity-Springfield/Eugene 2010 Lane Other 500 See more »
for general support
Habitat for Humanity-Springfield/Eugene 2011 Lane Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Habitat for Humanity-Springfield/Eugene 2012 Lane Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Hacienda Community Development Corporation 2009 Multnomah Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for the Expresiones Summer Program, to support integrated environmental field trips, camps and sustainable living workshops for low-income, minority youth
Harney County Cooperative Weed Management Area 2011 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 10,230 See more »
to provide opportunities for educators to explore new curricula that build conceptual and concrete understanding, knowledge and skills about invasive weeds while providing opportunities for collaboration with local resource managers for identification of relevant service learning projects
Harney County Cooperative Weed Management Area 2012 Harney Teacher Professional Development 12,000 See more »
to provide two, 4-day professional development institutes for 25 teachers & 5 natural resource professionals to explore new curriculums that build understanding, knowledge, and skills about native plants and invasive weeds, and provide opportunities for identification of community service learning projects
Harney County School District #3 2011 Harney Outdoor School 13,246 See more »
to send 75 sixth-grade students from Hines Middle School to NWRESD at Camp Magruder for three nights
Harney County School District #3 2012 Harney Outdoor School 19,000 See more »
to send 67 sixth-grade students from Hines Middle to NWRESD at Camp West Wind for three nights
Head Start in Lincoln County 2006 Lincoln Other 10,000 See more »
to help create a permanent Head Start Child and Family Care facility in Newport to serve low-income children and their families with educational and wrap-around family support services
Head Start in Lincoln County 2005 Lincoln Other 10,000 See more »
a matching grant to raise funds locally for the building capital campaign
Healthy Democracy Fund 2012 Lane Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Helping Hands Against Violence 2010 Hood River Other 2,000 See more »
designated as $1,000 for general support and $1,000 for the We knOw DV campaign
Helping Hands Against Violence 2010 Hood River Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Henley Elementary 2013 Klamath Outdoor School 6,500 See more »
to send 72 sixth grade students from Henley Elementary to Camp Westwind for three nights
Henley Elementary 2014 Klamath Outdoor School 4,000 See more »
to send 55 sixth grade students to Camp Westwind for 3 nights
Henley Elementary 2015 Klamath Outdoor School 4,000 See more »
to send 60 sixth grade students from Henley Elementary to Camp Westwind for 3 nights
Hermiston School District 2011 Umatilla Outdoor School 12,000 See more »
to send 405 fifth-grade students (81 from Desert View Elementary, 85 from Highland Hills Elementary, 85 from Rocky Heights Elementary, 86 from Sunset Elementary, 78 from West Park Elementary) to the Kiwanis cabin sites (North Fork of the Umatilla River) for two nights
Hermiston School District 8R 2013 Umatilla Outdoor School 4,000 See more »
to send 372 fifth grade students from Desert View Elementary, Highland Hills Elementary, Rocky Heights Elementary, Sunset Elementary, and West Park Elementary to Kiwanis Campground at Buck Creek for two nights
High Desert ESD/Better Together 2015 Deschutes Geography Education 13,000 See more »
to support a Geography partnership with Central Oregon Community College, infusing geography into the H.S. Curricula as part of the dual credit system
High Desert ESD/Better Together 2015 Deschutes Geography Education 11,000 See more »
to support AP Human Geography training and implementation including field trips/geography materials
High Desert ESD/Better Together 2015 Deschutes Geography Education 11,000 See more »
to support year two of the 8+9 Summer Bridge Program, with over 4 partner organizations and more than 200 students
High Desert Museum 2010 Deschutes Community Field Trips 6,750 See more »
to support Fired Up About Oregon's Forests! in engaging 1,500 5th-6th grade students in fire ecology education and awareness
High Desert Museum 2013 Deschutes Community Field Trips 5,000 See more »
To provide environmental education and develop science literacy among 1,200 4th-6th graders from rural and low-income schools through Fired Up About Oregon's Forests!, a free, all-day forest and fire ecology program
High Desert Museum 2009 Deschutes Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
to promote education and awareness of fire ecology in the ponderosa pine forests of Central Oregon
High Desert Museum 2014 Deschutes Community Field Trips 5,000 See more »
To provide environmental education and develop science literacy among 2,000 4th-6th graders from rural and low-income schools through Fired Up About Oregon’s Forests! and Desert Waters—free, all-day forest, fire and watershed ecology program.
High Desert Museum 2015 Deschutes Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
To increase 24 3rd-12th grade teachers' knowledge, confidence and access to scientific resources so they can integrate field investigations into their teaching of issues impacting our region's people, wildlife and environment
Highland Park Middle School 2015 Washington Outdoor School 12,500 See more »
to send 542 sixth grade students from Highland Park and Conestoga Middle School to Camp Trickle Creek and Camp Cedar Ridge for 3 nights
Holy Cross Catholic School 2012 Multnomah Outdoor School 2,000 See more »
to send 25 sixth-graders to MESD at Camp Howard for five nights
Holy Cross Catholic School 2013 Multnomah Outdoor School 1,500 See more »
to send 25 sixth grade students to Camp Howard for five nights
Holy Cross Catholic School 2014 Multnomah Outdoor School 1,500 See more »
Holy Cross Catholic School to send 25 students to MESD Outdoor School at Camp Howard.
Hood River County Education Foundation 2011 Hood River Other 500 See more »
for general support
Hood River County Library Foundation 2011 Hood River Other 500 See more »
for general support
Hood River County Library Foundation 2012 Hood River Other 250 See more »
for general support
Hood River County School District 2009 Hood River Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
for the SECRETS science education program, a ten-week school and outdoor site based ecology curriculum for fifth-grade students
Hood River Middle School 2008 Hood River Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
for the Hood River Middle School Outdoor Classroom project
Hood River Middle School 2007 Hood River Other 2,000 See more »
for the Outdoor Classroom Project
Hood River Valley Residents Committee 2008 Hood River Community Field Trips 5,600 See more »
for the Hood River Sustainable Lands Outreach Project, for a field trip focusing on protecting open space, and a farm tour highlighting sustainable farming practices
Housing Development Corporation 2008 Washington Community Field Trips 15,000 See more »
for a three-year request ($15,000; $20,000; $30,000) toward a collaborative environmental education program with Audubon Society of Portland
Hudson Park Elementary School 2013 Columbia Outdoor School 4,000 See more »
to send 80 sixth grade students from Hudson Park Elementary and 20 high school counselors to Cispus Learning Center for four nights
Hudson Park Elementary School 2015 Columbia Outdoor School 500 See more »
to send 75 sixth grade students from Hudson Park Elementary School to Cispus Learning Center for 4 nights
Inavale Community Partners 2008 Benton Community Field Trips 16,912 See more »
for Muddy Creek Charter School, to support student field trip visits to investigate local natural areas and farms in rural Benton County
Institute for Applied Ecology 2010 Statewide Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
for the RESTORE Oregon Schoolyard Ecosystem Project, guiding teachers and students in the exploration and restoration of native ecosystems on school grounds to be used as outdoor classrooms and living schoolyard laboratories
Institute for Applied Ecology 2012 Benton Other 17,986 See more »
to engage 320 students and 7 teachers in riparian restoration from design to on-the-ground implementation and monitoring in the Jackson Frazier Watershed
Institute for Applied Ecology 2013 Statewide Community Field Trips 8,000 See more »
This project brings together three partners; Institute for Applied Ecology, Marys River Watershed Council, and Greenbelt Land Trust. Ever Green: Student Riparian Stewards engages 320, 5-8th grade students from 4 schools in a yearlong riparian restoration project from design to on-the-ground implementation and monitoring on Evergreen and Jackson Frazier Wetlands. Students will propagate native plants and create restoration plans they will implement in the field over multiple site visits.
Institute for Applied Ecology 2009 Statewide Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
for a multi-year request for the RESTORE Oregon Schoolyard Restoration Program, working with local schools to restore native ecosystems on school grounds to be used as outdoor classrooms
Institute for Applied Ecology 2008 Statewide Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
for the RESTORE Oregon Schoolyard Restoration Program, working with local schools to restore native ecosystems on school grounds to be used as outdoor classrooms
Institute for Applied Ecology 2014 Benton Community Field Trips 7,000 See more »
Institute for Applied Ecology, Marys River Watershed Council and Greenbelt Land Trust combine our unique expertise to move the Ever Green Riparian Stewards project into Phase II. We continue to pair 350, 5th - 8th graders from 5 schools with Evergreen and Jackson Frazier Wetland properties where students propagate plants and conduct on-the-ground restoration. In Phase II we will expand the Evergreen restoration site where students will apply lessons learned in Phase I.
International Sustainable Development 2011 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 8,677 See more »
for Sustainable Education Conference Scholarships: the project will provide up to 40 scholarships for public school teachers and administrators to enable them to attend the Sustainable Schools - Sustainable Solutions conference (special award letter language: "As part of the evaluation, the grantee will please submit a list of teachers/administrators who receive the scholarships with their schools and grade level.")
Jackson County 4-H Leaders Association 2013 Jackson Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
To provide 360 4th-6th graders with a 7 visit, locally based, standards aligned, outdoor education program and to mentor teachers to be able to replicate program elements using their local outdoor areas and local resources.
Jane Goodall Environmental Middle School 2014 Polk Community Field Trips 6,000 See more »
For the Jane Goodall Environmental Middle School (JGEMS), "Into the Woods" is our three-year field-based conservation biology program where the local forests, streams and beaches become the classroom. The field-based restoration and research projects that students undertake provide an engaging and meaningful focus for students to apply their knowledge and skills as they improve their local and global environments.
Jefferson Nature Center 2010 Jackson Outdoor School 8,000 See more »
to support 300 fifth-grade students from five Jackson County elementary schools in participating in Finding Home for five to seven days
Jefferson Nature Center 2011 Jackson Outdoor School 15,500 See more »
for Finding Home, to support 300 fifth-grade students from five Jackson County elementary schools in participating in Finding Home for five to seven days
Jefferson Nature Center 2009 Jackson Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
for Finding Home, a year-long outdoor school program designed to increase student connection to their home environment through multiple associated experiences with a natural site
Jefferson Nature Center 2008 Jackson Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
for Finding Home, an outdoor school pilot program to connect students to their home environment through long-term exploration and observation of a single site
John McLoughlin Elementary School 2010 Clackamas Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 88 6th grade students and 20 high school students to the NWRESD Outdoor Science School, a hands-on, residential, science camp
Klamath Basin Audubon Society 2010 Klamath Outdoor School 23,000 See more »
to send 750 fifth-grade or sixth-grade students to Klamath Basin Resident Outdoor School for four days and three nights
Klamath Bird Observatory 2011 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
to support 30 teachers and non-formal educators in participating in educator workshops to increase the capacity of educators using public lands as outdoor classrooms to teach topics related to sustainability and 21st-century conservation challenges
Klamath Bird Observatory 2009 Statewide Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to bring field science and inquiry to life for fifth and sixth grade students in "Songbirds, Science, and Outdoor School"
Klamath County School District 2011 Klamath Outdoor School 6,000 See more »
to send 81 sixth-grade students from Peterson Elementary to NWRESD Camp Westwind for three nights
Klamath County School District 2011 Klamath Outdoor School 5,000 See more »
to send 65 sixth-grade students from Shasta Elementary to NWRESD at Camp Westwind for three nights
Klamath County School District 2012 Klamath Outdoor School 6,000 See more »
to send 80 sixth-graders from Shasta Elementary to NWRESD at Camp Westwind for four nights
Klamath County School District 2012 Klamath Outdoor School 4,000 See more »
to send 81 sixth-grade students from Peterson Elementary to NWRESD at Camp Westwind for three nights
Klamath County School District 2013 Klamath Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to send approximately 200 fifth and sixth grade students to Klamath Basin Outdoor Science School in Sun Pass State Forest for three nights
Klamath County School District 2009 Klamath Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
to bring the Wolftree Watershed Science Program to fifth through eighth grade students at Gilchrist School
Klamath County School District 2008 Klamath Community Field Trips 10,500 See more »
for the Grizzly Tech Center at Gilchrist School, for the ecosystem restoration program (GPS/GIS equipment)
Klamath Falls City Schools 2010 Klamath Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to send 240 sixth-grade students to Northwest Outdoor Science School for five days and four nights
Klamath Falls City Schools 2011 Klamath Outdoor School 12,500 See more »
to send 224 sixth-grade students (72 from Mills Elementary, 54 from Conger Elementary, 50 from Pelican Elementary, 48 from Roosevelt Elementary) to NWRESD at Camps Westwind and McGruder for four nights
Klamath Falls City Schools 2013 Klamath Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to send 200 fifth grade students from Mills Elementary, Conger Elementary, Pelican Elementary, and Roosevelt Elementary to Klamath Outdoor Science School in Sun Pass State Forest for three nights
Klamath Outdoor Science School 2010 Klamath Outdoor School 29,000 See more »
to coordinate efforts of existing outdoor and environmental education programs in the region by promoting awareness and stewardship of the natural environment through hands-on, integrated curriculum and out-of-class experiences by providing every school with a Stewardship Liaison, designated for two liaisons
Klamath Outdoor Science School 2012 Klamath Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for expansion of the Stewardship Initiative Project, giving 5th through 8th graders in the Klamath Basin opportunities to work on stewardship projects and go on day trips to supplement in-class environmental curriculum
Klamath Outdoor Science School 2008 Klamath Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
for a three-year request ($35,118; $23,634; $4,804) to hire an Outdoor Education Director to improve scope of activities, curriculum and instruction at the school
Klamath Outdoor Science School 2014 Klamath Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
To send 225 fifth/sixth grade students in approx. 8 classes from southern Oregon school districts to Klamath Outdoor Science School for 4 days (3 nights) plus a pre-camp field skills session and post-camp assessment session, with teacher commitment to teaching an inquiry-oriented ecology unit.
Klamath Outdoor Science School 2015 Klamath Outdoor School 14,500 See more »
to send 115 fifth and sixth grade students to Klamath Outdoor Science School for 3 nights
Klamath Watershed Partnership 2014 Klamath Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
Creating a community that understands how human decisions and actions impact environmental quality and wildlife through bird observation.
KLCC Radio 2007 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for the KLCC Radio Station remodel
KLCC Radio 2004 Lane Other 20,000 See more »
for the Studio Move Project
Knappa School District 2013 Clatsop Outdoor School 3,000 See more »
to send 40 sixth grade students from Hilda Lahti School to NWRESD at Camp Magruder for three nights
Knappa School District 4 2011 Clatsop Outdoor School 12,000 See more »
to send 38 sixth-grade students from Hilda Lahti Elementary to NWRESD at Camp Westwind for four nights
Knappa School District 4 2012 Clatsop Outdoor School 6,000 See more »
to send 38 sixth-grade students from Hilda Lahti Elementary to NWRESD at Camp Westwind for four nights
KNOVA Learning 2015 Multnomah Outdoor School 2,500 See more »
to send 40 sixth grade students from KNOVA Learning to Camp Howard for 2 nights
La Clinica del Carino Family Health 2010 Hood River Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
La Clinica del Carino Family Health 2010 Hood River Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
La Pine Middle School 2013 Deschutes Outdoor School 3,000 See more »
to send 90 sixth grade students from La Pine Middle School to Camp Magruder for three nights
Lake County Library District 2004 Lake Other 4,970 See more »
to automate the library, allowing it to join the 11-county Pioneer Library System of Eastern Oregon thereby increasing the size of the collection available to its patrons
Lane County 4-H 2008 Lane Other 3,500 See more »
for the general fund
Lane County School District 4J 2015 Lane Outdoor School 5,500 See more »
to send 85-90 fifth grade students to Camp Westwind for 3 nights
Latino Partnership Project – OCF 2012 Statewide Other 90,000 See more »
to fund the hire of the a director for the Latino Leadership Project at OCF
Leach Botanical Garden 2011 Multnomah Other 8,500 See more »
for general support
Lebanon Community School District 2008 Linn Outdoor School 6,000 See more »
for the Pioneer Outdoor School, for 49 sixth-graders to attend a 3-day residence camp at OMSI's Camp Magruder at Rockaway Beach
Lesley University 2012 Out of State Other 4,000 See more »
towards the completion of a documentary focused on the cultural commons
Lewis & Clark College 2010 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
to develop teams of educators able to incorporate sustainability issues into their classrooms and implement school or community projects that enhance local natural and social environments
Lewis & Clark College 2011 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 6,375 See more »
to deepen and extend educators' knowledge of sustainability education practices and their capacity to integrate these into their school's curriculum
Lewis & Clark College 2008 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 19,380 See more »
for the Graduate School of Education, for the Sustainability Education Initiative to train teachers in the West Linn-Wilsonville School District (not to be used for the teacher retreat)
Lincoln County Food Share 2010 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Lincoln County Food Share 2010 Lincoln Other 2,500 See more »
for general support
Lincoln County Food Share 2011 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Lincoln County Food Share 2008 Lincoln Other 2,500 See more »
for general support
Lincoln County Foundation 2015 Lincoln Outdoor School 8,500 See more »
to send 120 sixth grade students from Taft Elementary and 20 high school counselors to Camp Drift Creek for 4 nights
Lincoln County Historical Society 2006 Lincoln Other 10,000 See more »
towards the purchase of the Scott Mansion
Lincoln County Outdoor Education Group 2010 Lincoln Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
for the second year of a two-year request ($23,825; $20,500) in partnership with MidCoast Watersheds Council, for Forest to the Sea Residential Outdoor Schools, to teach 450 youth natural history, ecology, and outdoor skills
Lincoln County Outdoor Education Group 2012 Lincoln Outdoor School 11,000 See more »
to send 70 sixth-grade students from Taft Elementary and 24 high school counselors from Lincoln County to MidCoast Watersheds Council's Drift Creek Wilderness Camp for four (sixth-graders) or five nights (high school counselors)
Lincoln County Outdoor Education Group 2009 Lincoln Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
for a two-year request ($23,825/yr) for four-week-long residential, outdoor schools for sixth grade students
Linn Benton Food Share 2010 Benton Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Linn Benton Food Share 2011 Benton Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Literary Arts, Inc. 2005 Multnomah Other 50,000 See more »
in support of an endowment fund for the Oregon Book Awards, Author Tour and Fellowship Program; A challenge grant to be matched by December 2006
Literary Arts, Inc. 2005 Multnomah Other 20,000 See more »
to support the Oregon Book Awards and Author tour
Literary Arts, Inc. 2004 Multnomah Other 10,000 See more »
in support of the OBA Author Tour
Loaves and Fishes Centers, Inc. 2008 Multnomah Other 15,000 See more »
for the kitchen remodel campaign of the Tigard Loaves and Fishes
Loaves and Fishes Centers, Inc. 2007 Multnomah Other 10,000 See more »
to help fund the cost of new kitchen equipment at the Tigard Center
London School 2009 Lane Other 8,500 See more »
for the art teacher
London School 2010 Lane Other 2,500 See more »
for the art program
London School 2008 Lane Other 8,000 See more »
for the art program
London School 2007 Lane Other 4,000 See more »
for an art teacher for London School
London School 2007 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for London Valley/Dorena Schools Art Program
London School 2006 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for London Valley/Dorena Schools Art Program
London School 2005 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for London Valley/Dorena Schools Art Program
London School 2005 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for the Art program
London School 2004 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for London Valley/Dorena Schools Art Program
London School 2004 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for London Valley/Dorena Schools Art Program
Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership 2010 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
to provide pre-service and in-service professional development for Oregon teachers, faculty, or non-formal educators to improve their environmental education teaching skills and knowledge about environmental issues and content, primarily around the issue of water quality
Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership 2011 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
to provide professional development workshops for Oregon educators so participants can develop service learning programs to provide students opportunities to apply their science lessons while benefitting their communities and addressing local environmental needs
Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership 2012 Multnomah Community Field Trips 20,000 See more »
to provide 600 5th-8th graders from Multnomah county involvement in an applied outdoor learning project that increases awareness and understanding of ecological concepts and watershed issues, and promotes environmental stewardship
Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership 2013 Statewide Community Field Trips 20,000 See more »
To provide an experiential field program and hands-on science lessons to 400 students underserved by environmental education programs that increases their understanding of ecological concepts and promotes stewardship and personal connection to Oxbow Park.
Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership 2009 Statewide Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
to expand the Outdoor Environmental Applied Learning Program, bringing outdoor hands-on applied learning experiences to Oregon students residing in communities along the lower Columbia River, designated for middle schools only
Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership 2014 Multnomah Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
To provide an experiential field program and hands-on science lessons to 400 students underserved by environmental education programs that increases understanding of ecological concepts and promotes stewardship and personal connection to Oxbow Park.
Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership 2015 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
This project delivers two professional development workshops for 40 teachers and creates check-out kits that provide the skills and resources needed to lead outdoor learning experiences that integrate science education with Common Core literacy requirements.
M.I.T.C.H. Charter School 2010 Washington Outdoor School 3,000 See more »
to send 25 fifth-grade and 27 sixth-grade students to Olympic Park Institute for five days and four nights
Madison Meadow 2007 Lane Other 15,000 See more »
toward the purchase of a two-acre parcel of land near downtown Eugene
Marion-Polk Food Share 2004 Marion Other 20,000 See more »
for support of a project to purchase and renovate an existing facility for use as a regional food distribution center
Marmot Cabin 2015 Clackamas Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Marys River Watershed Council 2010 Benton Community Field Trips 15,000 See more »
to provide outdoor classroom sites for 5th-8th grade students to provide an authentic natural resource and ecological education through on-the-ground field projects and the capstone Newton Creek Wetland Stewardship Field Day
Marys River Watershed Council 2011 Benton Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for watershed restoration projects, a Teacher Liaison to promote outdoor learning and Newton Creek Wetland Spring Stewardship Field Day
Marys River Watershed Council 2013 Benton Community Field Trips 8,000 See more »
To provide a hands-on field study and stewardship opportunity to 600 local middle school students at Newton Creek Wetlands, with instruction from 50 high school "near-peer" leaders, some of whom will form a Youth Watershed Council.
Marys River Watershed Council 2015 Benton Teacher Professional Development 30,000 See more »
Bald Hill Watershed training will provide teachers the foundational skills for a long-term outdoor education program at at Bald Hill Farm Conservation Area in Corvallis.
Materials Exchange Center 2007 Lane Teacher Professional Development 7,200 See more »
for a two-year request ($3,572/year) to support the "RecycleART! Program," providing creative material reuse art instruction and training to elementary school students and their teachers
Mazamas 2015 Multnomah Outdoor School 8,500 See more »
to send 122 fifth grade students from Centennial School District to Mazama Mountain Science School for 2 nights
McKenzie River Gathering Foundation 2009 Statewide Other 2,000 See more »
for general support
McKenzie River Gathering Foundation 2010 Statewide Other 1,500 See more »
for general support
McKenzie River Gathering Foundation 2012 Statewide Other 1,250 See more »
for general support
McKenzie River Gathering Foundation 2008 Statewide Other 3,000 See more »
for general support
McKenzie River Gathering Foundation 2007 Statewide Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
McKenzie River Gathering Foundation 2006 Statewide Other 3,000 See more »
for general support
McKenzie River Gathering Foundation 2004 Statewide Other 3,000 See more »
for general support
McKenzie River Trust 2010 Lane Other 500 See more »
for general support
McKenzie River Trust 2011 Lane Other 22,050 See more »
for further development of COLT (the Coalition of Land Trusts) (send to Derek Johnson, COLT Treasurer c/o Nature Conservancy in Oregon)
McKenzie Watershed Alliance 2014 Lane Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
Lane County Salmon Stewards provides a holistic, multidisciplinary and watershed-based approach to environmental education, using salmon as the representative species of watershed health and the cultural icon of the Pacific Northwest. Through hands-on streamside participation, Lane County Salmon Stewards instills a deeper understanding of each person's relationship to their local watershed, reconnecting communities to the natural world.
McMinnville School District 2010 Yamhill Outdoor School 7,500 See more »
for all 110 5th grade students of Columbus Elementary School to attend a three-day, two-night outdoor science expedition at Twin Rocks Camp
McMinnville School District 2011 Yamhill Outdoor School 5,500 See more »
to send 97 fifth-grade students from Columbus Elementary to Twin Rocks Friends Camp for two nights
McMinnville School District 2009 Yamhill Outdoor School 7,500 See more »
for all 110 5th grade students of Columbus Elementary School to attend a three-day, two-night outdoor science expedition at Twin Rocks Camp
Meadow Park Middle School 2013 Washington Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 260 sixth grade students from Meadow Park Middle School to one of three camps (Camp Magruder, Trickle Creek, and Cedar Park) for three nights and to send 276 sixth grade students from Conestoga Middle School to one of three camps (Camp Magruder, Trickle Creek, and Cedar Park) for two nights
Meadow Park Middle School 2014 Washington Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
To send 238 sixth grade students from Conestoga and 269 students from Highland Park to Outdoor School for two nights and 235 Meadow Park Middle School sixth graders to Outdoor School for 3 nights.
Meadow Park Middle School 2015 Washington Outdoor School 12,500 See more »
to send 566 sixth grade students from Cedar Park and Meadow Park Middle Schools to Camp Trickle Creek and Camp Cedar Ridge for 3 nights
Mercy Corps Education 2014 Multnomah Geography Education 30,000 See more »
To offer an estimated 5,500 local students a comprehensive, global geography education program that creates awareness about complex issues, such as hunger, poverty, climate change and conflict; inspires empathy; and develops their practical geographic skills
Mercy Corps Exhibit 2014 Multnomah Geography Education 30,000 See more »
to craft two exhibits for the Mercy Corps Action Center's exhibit hall that will serve an estimated 5,500 youth and 6,000 adults visiting our geography/global issues learning environment, which is an experience based exhibit space and our classroom for youth programming
Mercy Corps International 2009 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
for the "Design for the Other 90%" exhibit
Metropolitan Affordable Housing 2009 Lane Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Metropolitan Affordable Housing 2010 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Metropolitan Affordable Housing 2011 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Metropolitan Affordable Housing 2012 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Metropolitan Affordable Housing 2009 Lane Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Mid-Lane Community Chest 2009 Lane Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Mid-Lane Community Chest 2010 Lane Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Mid-Lane Community Chest 2010 Lane Other 6,000 See more »
for general support
Mid-Lane Community Chest 2011 Lane Other 6,250 See more »
for general support
Mid-Lane Community Chest 2012 Lane Other 750 See more »
for general support
Mid-Lane Community Chest 2012 Lane Other 5,370 See more »
for general support
Mid-Lane Community Chest 2008 Lane Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Mid-Lane Community Chest 2008 Lane Other 2,000 See more »
for general support
Mid-Lane Community Chest 2007 Lane Other 2,000 See more »
earmarked $1,000 for operations and $1,000 for development of a new Service Center
Mid-Lane Community Chest 2006 Lane Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Middle Fork Willamette Watershed Council 2009 Lane Community Field Trips 15,000 See more »
for Watershed Rangers, an interdisciplinary, place-based environmental education program for elementary students and teachers in the rural communities in the Middle Fork Willamette Watershed
Middle Fork Willamette Watershed Council 2008 Lane Teacher Professional Development 27,000 See more »
for a two-year request ($28,000; $22,000) to expand the Watershed Rangers curriculum to grades 3-6 at all three elementary schools within the watershed
Monroe School District 2012 Benton Other 10,000 See more »
for technology upgrades in the district
Monroe School District 2012 Benton Other 5,000 See more »
for High School Scholarships
Mother Earth School (fiscally sponsored by Learning Gardens Institute) 2014 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 10,740 See more »
Implementing a certification course to train educators and mentors in place-based, nature & sustainability education for early childhood, elementary and middle school children, and to help educators fulfill their annual continuing education credit requirements through an arrangement with Lewis & Clark College.
Mount Pisgah Arboretum 2010 Lane Community Field Trips 7,060 See more »
for the final year of a three-year request ($19,589; $7,060; $7,060) to both establish a scholarship fund to secure the participation of low-income students in Discovery Tours, and to establish an internship position to assist in program management
Mount Pisgah Arboretum 2012 Lane Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
to implement an ethnobotany program for 5th grade students, support the participation of 400 students from Title 1 schools in Lane and adjacent counties, and train and evaluate a team of UO students to work with the students
Mount Pisgah Arboretum 2013 Lane Community Field Trips 4,200 See more »
To support a 5th grade, interactive, place-based field trip program focused on the ethnobotany of the S. Willamette Valley, for 400 students from low income schools in Lane County.
Mount Pisgah Arboretum 2009 Lane Community Field Trips 7,060 See more »
for the second year of a three-year request ($19,589; $7,060; $7,060) for Discovery Tours, an outdoor education program for 3,000 K-5 students in Lane County
Mount Pisgah Arboretum 2008 Lane Community Field Trips 7,060 See more »
for a three year request ($19,589; $7,060; $7,060) for Discovery Tours, an outdoor education program for 3,000 K-5 students in Lane County
Mount Pisgah Arboretum 2007 Lane Other 5,000 See more »
to complete phase two renovations to the White Oak Pavilion, the site for the arboretum's annual outdoor summer camp for youth ages 7-11
Mount Pisgah Arboretum 2014 Lane Community Field Trips 2,000 See more »
To support a 5th grade, interactive, place-based field trip program focused on the ethnobotany of the Southern Willamette Valley, for 400 students from low income (Title 1) schools in Lane County.
Mountain View Middle School 2014 Washington Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
to send 300 sixth grade students from Mountain View Middle School in the Beaverton School District to Outdoor School through NW Regional ESD for 3 nights.
Mountain View Middle School 2015 Washington Outdoor School 8,500 See more »
to send 273 sixth grade students from Mountain View Middle School to Trickle Creek or Camp Magruder for 3 nights
Multnomah Education Service District 2008 Statewide Outdoor School 20,532 See more »
for a three-year request ($31,580; $22,941; $22941) to support the MESD Outdoor School's collaboration with David Douglas and other school districts to provide multi-lingual outdoor education to first-generation immigrant families (just for the translation component; request contingent that materials be available/distributed to other districts)
Museum of Contemporary Craft 2006 Multnomah Other 20,000 See more »
for general support
My Sisters’ Place 2010 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
for the domestic violence prevention program
My Sisters’ Place 2010 Lincoln Other 2,500 See more »
for general support
My Sisters’ Place 2011 Lincoln Other 2,500 See more »
for general support
My Sisters’ Place 2008 Lincoln Other 2,500 See more »
for general support
My Sisters’ Place 2007 Lincoln Other 2,500 See more »
for general support
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation 2014 Other 33,000 See more »
To engage three coastal watershed entities/communities in the development of an Oregon Coast Coho Business Plan that fully assures their participation in the process.
National Forest Foundation 2007 Multnomah Outdoor School 6,075 See more »
for the organization to host two "Friends of the Forest" days, a program that will connect 80 middle-school youth to outdoor conservation and hands-on science learning opportunities at the Sandy River Delta
Native American Youth and Family Center 2015 Multnomah Geography Education 5,000 See more »
for Geography Education support within their existing summer and school year programs
Nature Awareness and Wilderness Sports 2012 Jackson Teacher Professional Development 20,220 See more »
to link nature observation and art for Title I students using local parks and school grounds
Nature Awareness and Wilderness Sports Programs dba Coyote Trails School of Nature 2013 Jackson Community Field Trips 16,000 See more »
Finding Home links nature observation and art for 270 Title I students in Jackson County using local parks and school grounds.
Nature Awareness and Wilderness Sports Programs dba Coyote Trails School of Nature 2014 Jackson Community Field Trips 9,790 See more »
Finding Home links nature awareness and art with core curriculum standards for Title I students in Jackson County using local parks and school grounds. It involves hands-on, inquiry-based environmental education, empowers students’ curiosity, and promotes their understanding of environmental concepts and natural cycles, thereby giving them the knowledge and resources to become better global citizens, problem-solvers, and caretakers of the earth.
Nearby Nature 2008 Lane Other 4,000 See more »
for general support
Nearby Nature 2008 Lane Teacher Professional Development 20,000 See more »
to turn the Alton Baker Park facility into an interactive Learnscape that would serve as a model for sustainable living and as an outdoor classroom for over 2,000 children and adults every year
Neighbors for Kids 2010 Lincoln Community Field Trips 5,000 See more »
to involve up to 50 youth in grades 5-8 in afterschool, nature-based field trips and a local community garden project
Nestucca Valley School District 2015 Tillamook Outdoor School 500 See more »
to send 40 sixth grade students from Nestucca Valley Elementary to Camp Westwind for 3 nights
Next Door, Inc. 2010 Hood River Other 1,000 See more »
for New Parent Services
Next Door, Inc. 2010 Hood River Other 1,000 See more »
for New Parent Services
Next Door, Inc. 2011 Hood River Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Next Door, Inc. 2012 Hood River Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Ninety-One School/Carus 2014 Clackamas Outdoor School 7,500 See more »
The power and work ethic that is instilled in our students by serving the community through fundraising and service learning projects is invaluable. When students arrive at Outdoor School they are engulfed in a week-long experience of 24 hours a day, hands-on, visual learning regarding the environment and engaging all 5 senses.
North Clackamas School District 2011 Clackamas Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
to send 669 sixth-grade students (344 from Alder Creek Middle, 325 from Rowe Middle) to MESD Outdoor School for three nights
North Clackamas School District 2012 Clackamas Outdoor School 28,000 See more »
to send 680 sixth-grade students from Alder Creek Middle School and Rowe Middle School to MESD Outdoor School for three nights
North Clackamas School District 2015 Clackamas Outdoor School 19,500 See more »
to send approximately 525 sixth grade students from two low-income schools in the North Clackamas School District to Camp Alder Creek and Camp Cedar Ridge for 3 nights
North Fork John Day Watershed Council 2014 Grant Community Field Trips 3,000 See more »
To offer field trip opportunities for a group of middle school students in rural Grant and Umatilla Counties that provid3 hands-on experiences with the region's ample natural resources and deepen participants' sense of place and desire to act as environmental stewards.
North Marion Middle School 2015 Marion Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 147 sixth grade students from North Marion Middle School to Camp Arrah Wanna for 2 nights
North Marion School District 15 2010 Marion Outdoor School 9,000 See more »
to send 155 6th grade students and high school student leaders to MESD outdoor school for a residential science camp experience
North Santiam School District 2015 Marion Outdoor School 6,500 See more »
To send 89 sixth grade students from Stayton Intermediate/Middle School to Camp Tadmor for 4 nights
North Wasco County School District 21 2007 Wasco Other 16,800 See more »
to support completion of a new arts and sciences dome greenhouse
Northwest Academy 2014 Multnomah Community Field Trips 500 See more »
Seventy-five 7th & 8th grade students at Northwest Academy will participate in 3-5 environmental community field trips , and accompanied by 8 teachers and up to 16 parent chaperones, apply their newly gained environmental literacy skills (earth science, environmental stewardship, alternative energy sources, conservation, and food systems) to at least 4 hands-on, service-learning activities and feature creative, integrated arts-science projects at 2 community student showcase events.
Northwest Earth Institute 2007 Multnomah Other 40,000 See more »
for general support while NWEI develops (1)outreach and discussion course marketing, (2) a discussion course on re-localization, and (3)budget priorities and fundraising strategies
Northwest Earth Institute 2006 Multnomah Other 60,000 See more »
to be distributed as follows: $40,000 for general support and $20,000 for the Center for Leadership and Ethics (include special language regarding evaluation requirements)
Northwest Earth Institute 2005 Multnomah Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Northwest Housing Alternatives 2012 Clackamas Other 500 See more »
for general support
Northwest Regional ESD 2007 Clatsop Outdoor School 119,200 See more »
for scholarships for 840 students to attend a three-day Outdoor School program during the 2007-08 academic year
Northwest Youth Corps 2014 Lane Community Field Trips 500 See more »
Funds support pilot project between Northwest Youth Corps and three Lane County School Districts, to increase educational outcomes and community connection among at-risk 8th grade students through participation in a total of 21,000 hours of education and field trips (for which support for staffing, transportation, and food is requested).
Oakland Leaf Foundation 2009 Out of State Other 2,000 See more »
for general support
Oakland Leaf Foundation 2010 Out of State Other 4,000 See more »
for general support
Oakland Leaf Foundation 2010 Out of State Other 5,500 See more »
for general support
Oakland Leaf Foundation 2011 Out of State Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Oakland Leaf Foundation 2012 Out of State Other 2,500 See more »
for Peace Camp
Oakland Leaf Foundation 2008 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Oakland Leaf Foundation 2007 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
for Peace Camp
Oakland Leaf Foundation 2007 Out of State Other 2,000 See more »
for general support
Oakland Leaf Foundation 2006 Out of State Other 3,000 See more »
for general support
Oakland Leaf Foundation 2005 Out of State Other 4,000 See more »
for general support
Oakland Leaf Foundation 2004 Out of State Other 6,000 See more »
for general support
Oakland Leaf Foundation 2004 Out of State Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Oakland Unified School District 2010 Out of State Other 500 See more »
for Elmhurst Community Prep's music program
OMSI 2013 Multnomah Outdoor School 9,500 See more »
to send 615 fifth and sixth grade students from eighteen elementary and middle schools to OMSI Outdoor Science School in Spring and Fall 2014 at Hancock Field Station, Camp Kiwanilong, or Camp Namanu for three to five nights
OMSI 2014 Multnomah Outdoor School 9,500 See more »
To send 686 students from 11 schools to OMSI Outdoor Science School (OSS) in Fall 2014 and Spring 2015, at Hancock Field Station, Camp Kiwanilong, or Camp Namanu for two-to-three nights.
OMSI 2015 Multnomah Outdoor School 9,500 See more »
to send 258 students from five schools to OMSI Outdoor Science School (OSS) for 2-5 nights in Fall 2015 and Spring 2016, at Hancock Field Station, Camp Kiwanilong, Camp Namanu, or the Coastal Discovery Center at Camp Gray
On Belay Ty 2013 Deschutes Other 15,000 See more »
for special start-up costs of program development towards outdoor school programming in the Central Oregon region
On Belay Ty 2014 Deschutes Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
For 2014-15 SY, our goal is to send 2,100 5th/6th grade students from Bend-La Pine, Redmond, Jefferson County, Sisters and Culver School District to Camp Tamarack for 3 days and 2 nights of Outdoor School. These experiences will allow all children to take something memorable back to their communities, provide them with inspiration to meet the challenges of daily life, as well as furnish the opportunity to make their own positive and sustainable impact upon this world.
Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center 2010 Marion Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
to send 350 fifth-grade and 100 sixth-grade students from three counties to outdoor school for an average of three days and two nights
Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center 2013 Marion Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
to send 460 fifth and sixth grade students from ten elementary and middle schools to Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center Camp for two to three nights
Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center 2014 Marion Outdoor School 8,000 See more »
to send 528 fifth/sixth grade students from 12 schools to Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center outdoor school for 2 - 3 nights
Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center 2014 Marion Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities at Jawbone Flats
Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center 2015 Multnomah Outdoor School 9,500 See more »
to send 495 fifth and sixth grade students from 12 schools to Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center for 2-3 nights
Oregon 4-H Center 2015 Marion Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Oregon 4-H Foundation 2010 Benton Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
for a two-year request ($22,981; $16,490) to train teacher and volunteer coaches to engage culturally diverse youth in exploring how their schools, communities, and homes can become more ecologically and economically sustainable
Oregon 4-H Foundation 2011 Benton Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
to provide up to 35 3rd-5th grade teachers the opportunity to attend a two-day workshop featuring an experiential, place-based watershed curriculum and send their students on follow-up field trips to experience the curriculum
Oregon 4-H Foundation 2011 Benton Other 2,500 See more »
for general support specific to Benton County
Oregon 4-H Foundation 2012 Benton Teacher Professional Development 8,500 See more »
to train teacher and volunteer coaches to engage culturally diverse youth (9,000 students from all over Oregon) in the development of school gardens
Oregon 4-H Foundation 2014 Benton Teacher Professional Development 15,000 See more »
This place-based experiential learning program connects and engages 4-12th grade teachers and their students with scientists and national citizen science networks in conducting climate science research.
Oregon Bus Project 2006 Columbia Other 50,000 See more »
for general support of the Oregon Bus Project
Oregon Bus Project 2006 Columbia Other 5,000 See more »
for general support of the Oregon Bus Project
Oregon Center for Public Policy 2008 Statewide Other 50,000 See more »
for general support toward the 2008 workplan and publishing goals
Oregon Center for Public Policy 2005 Statewide Other 50,000 See more »
for general support
Oregon Center for Public Policy 2004 Statewide Other 25,000 See more »
for the five components of your state fiscal analysis project and on-going capacity building effort
Oregon Center for Public Policy 2004 Statewide Other 25,000 See more »
for the five components of your state fiscal analysis project and on-going capacity building effort
Oregon City School District 2010 Clackamas Outdoor School 4,000 See more »
to send 70 sixth-grade students from Beavercreek Elementary School to NWRESD Outdoor School for four days and three nights
Oregon City School District 2010 Clackamas Outdoor School 8,000 See more »
to send 60 fifth-grade students from Mt. Pleasant Elementary to OMSI Outdoor School for four days and three nights
Oregon City School District 2011 Clackamas Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to send 60 fifth-grade and 418 sixth-grade students from seven elementary schools to NWRESD at Camps Namanu, Magruder, or Westwind for three to four nights
Oregon City School District 2012 Clackamas Outdoor School 28,000 See more »
to send 552 sixth-grade students (258 from Gardiner Middle School and 294 from Ogden Middle School) to NWRESD at Camp Magruder or Westwind for four nights
Oregon City School District 2013 Clackamas Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to send 508 sixth grade students (238 from Gardiner Middle School and 272 from Ogden Middle School) to Camp Magruder or Camp Westwind for four nights
Oregon City School District 2009 Clackamas Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
for Mt. Pleasant Elementary School, to support a four-day, three-night outdoor school at Camp Magruder for 65 5th grade students
Oregon City School District 2009 Clackamas Outdoor School 12,000 See more »
toward the Outdoor Classroom Project, to fund additional staff and curriculum development, hire a full-time outdoor education coordinator, develop an on-campus summer camp, and develop two Outdoor School programs, designated for middle schools only
Oregon City School District 2008 Clackamas Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
for Mt. Pleasant Elementary School, to support a 4-day, 4-night outdoor school at Camp Magruder for 5th graders
Oregon City School District 2014 Clackamas Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
To send 580 sixth grade students from Oregon City School District to camps Magruder and Westwind for 4 nights.
Oregon City School District 2015 Clackamas Outdoor School 17,500 See more »
to send 580 sixth grade students from Oregon City School District to Camps Magruder and Camp Westwind for three nights
Oregon Coast Aquarium 2013 Linn Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
Marine Outdoor School Training (MOST) will create a year-long professional learning community that will provide sixteen 6th grade teachers with the skills to develop and implement extended learning opportunities for students in marine environments.
Oregon Coast Aquarium 2014 Lincoln Teacher Professional Development 6,785 See more »
The 2014 Pedagogy of Place workshop will offer teachers from around the state a professional development opportunity that enhances their ability to integrate placed base education into common core language arts requirements by "connecting people, places and learning."
Oregon Coast Council for the Arts 2010 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
for the endowment fund
Oregon Coast Council for the Arts 2010 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
for the endowment fund
Oregon Coast Council for the Arts 2011 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
for the Arts Endowment Fund
Oregon Coast Council for the Arts 2012 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
towards their Endowment Fund
Oregon Coast Council for the Arts 2012 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
towards their Building Fund
Oregon Coast Council for the Arts 2008 Lincoln Other 10,000 See more »
for the endowment fund
Oregon Coast Council for the Arts 2007 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
for the Endowment Fund
Oregon Coast Council for the Arts 2004 Lincoln Other 6,500 See more »
for the Piano Project
Oregon Coast National Wildlife Refuge Complex 2010 Statewide Community Field Trips 5,200 See more »
to expand environmental education programs and stewardship activities, using technology to help 5th-8th grade students explore, interpret and engage with nature in scientific and artistic ways; not for equipment
Oregon Eagle Foundation Inc. 2012 Statewide Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Oregon Food Bank 2010 Statewide Other 8,500 See more »
for general support
Oregon Forest Resources Institute 2011 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 20,000 See more »
to introduce Oregon teachers to service learning as an instructional strategy and provide them with the skills and support needed to successfully implement natural-resources-focused service learning curricula
Oregon Forest Resources Institute 2009 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
to expose 150 K-12 teachers to collaborative, outdoor-based service learning and natural resources education strategies
Oregon Forest Resources Institute 2015 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 9,460 See more »
Using Oregon's forests as the subject matter, equip teachers to develop and deliver model lessons aligned with state standards that will enhance and extend students' outdoor school experience.
Oregon Humanities 2010 Multnomah Other 500 See more »
for general support
Oregon Humanities 2011 Multnomah Other 500 See more »
for general support
Oregon Humanities 2012 Multnomah Other 750 See more »
for general support
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry 2010 Multnomah Outdoor School 40,000 See more »
to support 646 fifth-grade and 1,006 sixth-grade students from a 12 counties to outdoor school for three days and two nights
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry 2011 Multnomah Outdoor School 25,000 See more »
to send 560 fifth- and 340 sixth-grade students from 19 schools to Hancock Field Station, Camp Kiwanilong, or Camp Attitude for two nights
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry 2009 Multnomah Outdoor School 30,000 See more »
to provide financial assistance to 18 Title 1 schools (540-900 students) to participate in a two-night, three-day OMSI Outdoor Science School session during the 09/10 school year, and to evaluate the impact on both students and teachers
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry 2008 Multnomah Outdoor School 9,000 See more »
to provide financial assistance for eight Title 1 schools to participate in a 3-day OMSI Outdoor School session
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry 2014 Wheeler Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities at Hancock Field Station
Oregon Natural Desert Association 2009 Deschutes Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Oregon Natural Desert Association 2008 Deschutes Community Field Trips 5,000 See more »
for the Desert Ecology Explorer Program, involving fifteen 4th-6th graders in educational programs and a 4-hour interpretive hike
Oregon Natural Resources Education Program 2013 Benton Teacher Professional Development 9,981 See more »
To provide opportunities for ONREP facilitators and middle and high school teachers from different schools to work together with the common goal of finding effective ways to engage students in cross curricular outdoor studies.
Oregon Natural Resources Education Program 2014 Benton Teacher Professional Development 20,000 See more »
To create a highly qualified cadre of facilitators prepared to engage teachers and administrators in creating a dynamic, systemic, and sustainable whole school approach using the environment to engage students.
Oregon Paleo Lands Institute 2008 Wheeler Community Field Trips 11,500 See more »
for SAGE: Science, Art, & Geologic Exploration and Experience, which will engage 50 rural high school students and 200 students across Oregon to develop exhibits about past and present landscapes for OPLI's Field Center
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department 2014 Lincoln Community Field Trips 5,200 See more »
This is a one time request($5,200) to improve the sustainability of educational outcomes to the South Beach State Parks Management Unit established Outdoor School Experience Program by supporting high quality interpretation and education opportunities for 5th and 6th grades in Lincoln County at the Beaver Creek Natural Area. This program fosters student's experience through developed project based learning of our natural resources by trained staff, volunteers, and cooperating associations.
Oregon Public Broadcasting 2010 Statewide Other 500 See more »
for general support
Oregon Rural Action 2007 Union Teacher Professional Development 34,000 See more »
to provide comprehensive K-12 environmental literacy education programs to the school districts of Union County
Oregon Rural Action 2004 Union Other 10,000 See more »
for the hiring of a half-time coordinator for the Community Food Connections Project to provide research and support to regional farmers' markets
Oregon State University 2010 Benton Teacher Professional Development 8,000 See more »
for the second year of a three-year request ($15,953; $10,221; $10,221) to increase high school and middle school teachers' capacity to engage students in field-based science inquiry
Oregon State University 2009 Benton Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
to increase the capacity of high school teachers to engage students in field-based science inquiry
Oregon State University Foundation 2011 Benton Teacher Professional Development 20,000 See more »
for the Stewardship Schools Summit, to extend the integration of natural resources as the context for learning through all subject areas
Oregon State University Foundation 2012 Benton Other 630 See more »
for the purchase of supplies, materials, and professional memberships for teachers attending the professional development Colloquium: Best Practices in Professional Development, 2012
Oregon State University Foundation 2012 Benton Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
to provide teacher and volunteer training that integrates place-based and inquiry-focused environmental education into current curricula, using the school garden as a real-world, easily-accessible field site
Oregon State University Foundation 2009 Benton Teacher Professional Development 11,006 See more »
for ONREP for Oregon teacher scholarships for the NAAEE 2009 Conference (see Lara for special language in award letter)
Oregon State University Foundation 2008 Benton Teacher Professional Development 8,657 See more »
toward scholarships for educators attending either the OSU Natural Resources Conference or ROEE Conference (cc: Susan Sahnow @ College of Forestry; for eval, request specific actg and scholarship recipient info)
Oregon State University Foundation 2006 Benton Other 175,329 See more »
for OSU Libraries and the OU System Institute for Natural Resources to work in conjunction with PSU's Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies and the UO's InfoGraphics Lab to create a Land Use Explorer portal as part of the larger land use planning project
Oregon Stewardship 2009 Jackson Community Field Trips 7,220 See more »
to support a project-based curriculum in southwest Oregon elementary and middle schools by taking students on field trips to study their watershed and having them complete and present projects to other students at a Watershed Sciences Symposium
Oregon Zoo 2014 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 15,000 See more »
Using the Oregon Zoo’s expertise and resources to help Quatama educators impart environmental literacy along with STEM subjects.
Oregon Zoo Foundation 2010 Multnomah Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for the third year of a three-year request ($30,000; $25,000; $20,000) to support the Urban Nature Overnight program, to introduce 135 fifth graders to nature through summer camping trips and school year programs
Oregon Zoo Foundation 2009 Multnomah Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for the Urban Nature Overnights program, working with underserved urban youth ages 8-19, to introduce 400 youth and 10 teen mentors to summer camping trips
Oregon Zoo Foundation 2008 Multnomah Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for the Urban Nature Overnights program, working with underserved urban youth ages 8-19, to introduce 400 youth and 10 teen mentors to summer camping trips
OSU Foundation 2014 Benton Teacher Professional Development 7,500 See more »
To engage formal and non-formal educators in professional development to increase their ability to engage students in activities that support and promote environmental literacy
OSU Foundation 2015 Benton Teacher Professional Development 13,939 See more »
Professional Development for formal and non-formal K-12 educators in support of education for systems thinking (ST) and the Oregon Environmental Literacy Program(OELP).
Our House of Portland 2006 Multnomah Other 10,000 See more »
for the capital campaign
Our United Villages 2007 Multnomah Other 20,602 See more »
to create one indoor and one outdoor community gathering space for public use
Our United Villages 2004 Multnomah Other 25,000 See more »
to double the ReBuilding Center's capacity to divert local waste and make it available for reuse (contingent upon PDC loan)
Pacific Marine Conservation Council 2006 Clatsop Other 15,000 See more »
to develop a local research and access plan for preserving and enhancing traditional fisheries in Port Orford as part of the Nearshore Fisheries Campaign
Pacific Northwest College of Art 2009 Multnomah Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Pacific Northwest College of Art 2010 Multnomah Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Pacific Northwest College of Art 2011 Multnomah Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Pacific Northwest College of Art 2012 Multnomah Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Pacific Northwest College of Art 2008 Multnomah Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Pacific Northwest College of Art 2007 Multnomah Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Pacific Northwest College of Art 2006 Multnomah Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Pacific Northwest College of Art 2006 Multnomah Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Pacific Northwest College of Art 2005 Multnomah Other 7,000 See more »
for general support
Pacific Northwest College of Art 2005 Multnomah Other 6,000 See more »
for general support
Pacific Northwest College of Art 2004 Multnomah Other 9,000 See more »
for general support
Pacific Rain Forest Programs 2013 Linn Outdoor School 9,000 See more »
to send 70 sixth grade students from Taft Elementary and 24 Lincoln County high school counselors to Sea Drift Creek Wilderness Camp for four nights (sixth-graders) and six nights (counselors)
Pacific Rain Forest Programs 2014 Lincoln Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 70 sixth-grade students from Taft Elementary and 24 high school counselors from Lincoln County High Schools to Rain Forest to the Sea Outdoor School for four (sixth-graders) or five nights (high school counselors). The Program will also sent 70 5th or 6th graders from outside Lincoln County (Eastern Oregon) to a residential ODS.
Parenting Now! – Birth to Three 2012 Lane Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Parkrose Middle School 2013 Multnomah Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to send 260 sixth grade students from Parkrose Middle School to MESD at Camp Howard for four nights
Parkrose Middle School 2014 Multnomah Outdoor School 12,000 See more »
To send 260 sixth grade students from Parkrose Middle School to one of the four Outdoor School Camps for 4 nights and 5 days.
Parkrose School District #3 2010 Multnomah Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
to send 300 6th graders and 40 high school students to the MESD Outdoor School, a hands-on, residential science camp
Parkrose School District #3 2011 Multnomah Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
to send 275 sixth-grade students from Parkrose Middle to MESD at Camp Howard for three nights
Parkrose School District #3 2012 Multnomah Outdoor School 12,000 See more »
to send 280 sixth-grade students from Parkrose Middle to MESD at Camp Howard for four nights
Partners for Sustainable Schools 2015 Lane Other 3,800 See more »
Bringing Ecological Sustainability to S.T.E.M. and Common Core for Grades 3 to 5.
Peterson 2013 Klamath Outdoor School 6,500 See more »
to send 90 sixth grade students from Peterson Elementary to Camp Westwind for three nights
Peterson 2015 Klamath Outdoor School 5,500 See more »
to send 75 sixth grade students from Peterson Elementary to Camp Westwind
Philomath Outdoor School 2013 Benton Outdoor School 7,750 See more »
to send 110 sixth grade students from Philomath Middle School to Camp Tadmor for four nights
Philomath Outdoor School 2014 Benton Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 100 sixth-grade students from Philomath Middle School to Camp Tadmor for 4 nights
Philomath Outdoor School 2015 Benton Outdoor School 5,500 See more »
to send 115 sixth grade students from Philomath Middle School to Camp Tadmor for 4 nights
Philomath School District 2010 Benton Outdoor School 7,750 See more »
to send 110 sixth-grade students from Philomath Middle School to Philomath Outdoor School for five days and four nights
Philomath School District 2011 Benton Outdoor School 5,000 See more »
to send 105 sixth-grade students from Philomath Middle to Camp Tadmor for four nights
Philomath School District 2012 Benton Outdoor School 5,000 See more »
to send 98 sixth-grade students from Philomath Middle to Camp Tadmor for four nights
Philomath School District 2009 Benton Outdoor School 7,750 See more »
for 90 student scholarships and high school student mentorships at Philomath's five-night outdoor school
Philomath School District 2008 Benton Outdoor School 4,750 See more »
for a three-year request ($4,750; $7,750; $7,750) to pay for student scholarships and high school mentor expenses at Philomath's Outdoor School at Camp Tadmor
Phoenix Charter School of Roseburg 2012 Douglas Community Field Trips 13,059 See more »
to support 30 Phoenix Green School students in providing 120 middle school students with hands-on stewardship education field experiences utilizing local Oregon Youth Corps sustainability and restoration projects
Phoenix School of Roseburg 2013 Douglas Community Field Trips 9,616 See more »
30 Phoenix Youth Corps and Natural Resource Career-Technical Education students will provide 120 Douglas County middle-schoolers hands-on stewardship education field experiences throughout the 2013-14 school year utilizing local Oregon Youth Corps sustainability and restoration project sites. Earth Connect, a 6 week environmental summer 2013 day camp for 40 grade 4-6 youth will use school-based sites and trained high school career-tech students as Environmental Camp Counsleors.
Phoenix-Talent School District #4 2011 Jackson Community Field Trips 10,080 See more »
to send 55 students on weekly environmental field studies as part of their magnet Outdoor Discovery Program
Pioneer School 2010 Linn Outdoor School 5,000 See more »
for the first year of a three-year request ($10,000; $10,000; $10,000), for 55 6th grade students from Pioneer School to attend a three-day, two-night OMSI Outdoor School
Play Again Film (Ground Productions) 2013 Statewide Other 10,000 See more »
To create and pilot an 8-hour Play Again teacher/mentor Professional Development module, distribute Play Again Educational Kits to Oregon schools, and collaboratively market the film and Oregon Educational Campaign with statewide and local environmental education, restoration, and sustainability efforts.
Pleasant Hill School District 2008 Lane Other 2,500 See more »
for a three-year request ($4,000/year) for general support of Pleasant Hill Middle School's outdoor school
Polk County 4-H 2011 Polk Outdoor School 3,000 See more »
to send 130 homeschooled students (32 from fifth-grade, 45 from sixth-grade, 28 from seventh-grade, 25 from eighth-grade) to the Oregon 4-H Center for three nights
Polk County 4-H Extension 2014 Polk Outdoor School 2,000 See more »
to send 120 fifth/sixth grade students from across the state Homschool Youth to Camp 4-H Outdoor School for 3 nights.
Polk County 4-H Extension 2015 Polk Outdoor School 2,500 See more »
to send 60 fifth and sixth grade students from Oregon Homeschool to Camp Trickle Creek for 2 nights
Polk Soil and Water Conservation District 2010 Polk Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
to send 900 sixth-grade students to PSWCD Outdoor School for three days and two nights
Polk Soil and Water Conservation District 2012 Polk Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
to send 933 sixth-grade students from Polk County to PSWCD Outdoor School for six nights
Polk Soil and Water Conservation District 2009 Polk Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
for a three-day, two-night outdoor school offered to all 6th grade students in Polk County
Polk Soil and Water Conservation District 2008 Polk Outdoor School 5,000 See more »
for a two-year request ($15,000/year) to support the Polk County Outdoor School, a three-day environmental education experience offered to all 6th grade students in the county
Portland Children’s Museum 2011 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 2,000 See more »
to support teachers in attending an intensive, comprehensive course on creating and sustaining school gardens
Portland Community College Foundation 2009 Multnomah Other 10,000 See more »
for scholarships
Portland Metro STEM Partnership 2014 Washington Teacher Professional Development 20,000 See more »
1. To develop and refine common student assessments for the Outdoor School program. 2. To use high quality assessment data for program improvement and individual Outdoor School instructor professional growth.
Portland Public Schools 2010 Multnomah Outdoor School 35,000 See more »
to send 3,744 sixth-grade students to MESD Outdoor School for six days and five nights
Portland Public Schools 2013 Multnomah Outdoor School 40,000 See more »
to send 235 low-income sixth grade students to Camp Angelos, Camp Howard, Camp Arrah Wanna, or Camp Adams for two nights
Portland Public Schools 2009 Multnomah Outdoor School 40,000 See more »
to send 3,680 6th grade and 930 high school students to the MESD Outdoor School over the 09-10 school year
Portland Public Schools 2008 Multnomah Other 3,000 See more »
for a two-year request ($6,759; $5,285) for Roosevelt High School's Arts, Communication, and Technology School toward an in-depth study of Environmental Racism and Injustice in North Portland (for equipment)
Portland Public Schools 2014 Multnomah Outdoor School 35,000 See more »
To send 174 low-income 6th grade students for 2 nights/3 days of scientific study at four Outdoor School camps.
Portland State University 2006 Multnomah Other 22,000 See more »
for the land use planning project - to increase staff time for the continued refinement and update of the database and maps
Portland State University 2005 Multnomah Other 62,000 See more »
for up to $62,000 to support land use planning claim analysis and database development
Portland State University Foundation 2010 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
for the Student Forest Stewardship project, the second year of a two-year request ($26,000; $16,000) to train teachers for an ecology field program in Forest Park
Portland State University Foundation 2009 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 12,000 See more »
for the Student Forest Stewardship project, a two-year request ($26,000; $15,000) to train high school science teachers for an ecology field program in Forest Park
Portland State University Foundation 2007 Multnomah Other 28,600 See more »
for the Graduate School of Education toward a curriculum development project addressing obesity and diabetes by providing low-income children with access to learning gardens
Portland YouthBuilders 2008 Multnomah Community Field Trips 20,000 See more »
for the Green Building project, to give high school dropouts environmental education and vocational training in green construction techniques, culminating in the construction of three green-built homes
Powell Butte Community Charter School 2014 Crook Community Field Trips 6,000 See more »
to implement a place-based outdoor program for 100 5th - 8th grade students
Prescott College 2011 Out of State Other 8,000 See more »
to benefit the Limited-Residency Ph.D. Sustainability Education Program (cc Lucy Kemper)
Project Pooch 2008 Marion Other 2,500 See more »
for general operations
Project Pooch 2007 Marion Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
Rainier School District 2010 Columbia Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 85-100 sixth-grade students to Rainier Outdoor School for five days and four nights
Rainier School District 2011 Columbia Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 85-90 sixth-grade students from Hudson Park Elementary to Cispus Learning Center for four nights
Rainier School District 2012 Columbia Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 90+ sixth-grade students from Hudson Park Elementary to Cispus Learning Center for four nights
Rainier School District 2009 Columbia Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
for a week of outdoor school programming for 85-100 6th grade students
Rainier School District 2014 Columbia Outdoor School 4,000 See more »
to send 80 sixth grade students to Cispus Learning Center for 4 nights
Raphael House of Portland 2012 Multnomah Other 500 See more »
for general support
REALMS Charter School 2014 Deschutes Community Field Trips 12,500 See more »
Students STEAMing Towards Sustainability: An immersion into local food systems, forests, and rivers Overview: Students STEAMing Towards Sustainability (SSTS) is a project that engages students at REALMS in a three-year progression of sustainability education incorporating interdisciplinary and project based curriculum, purposeful and hands on fieldwork at nearby forest, stream and farm/food related sites, and partnerships with local agencies/industries.
REAP Program 2015 Multnomah Geography Education 15,000 See more »
to support 1,000 students as part of the Academy of Leadership Innovations program for 7-12 graders
Redmond Area Park and Recreation District 2013 Deschutes Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
1. To teach students safe routes to school and other locations within Redmond, and encourage safe outdoor exploration on foot and on bike. 2. To create a free Walk + Bike Safety program to serve approximately 350 students (25% of whom are on scholarship), Kindergarten to 5th grades, in our Before and After School Programs, located onsite at four Redmond schools. 3. To incorporate this program into our full-day summer program, to serve approximately 170 students (30% of whom are on scholarship).
Reynolds School District 2013 Multnomah Outdoor School 24,000 See more »
to send 778 sixth grade students (270 from HB Lee, 294 from Reynolds and 214 from Walt Morey Middle Schools) to either Camp Arrah Wanna, Camp Howard, Camp Nate, or Camp Sandy River for two nights
Reynolds School District 2014 Multnomah Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
To foster access to outdoor environment experiences and learning experiences for students from impoverished urban communities.
Reynolds School District #7 2010 Multnomah Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to send 826 sixth graders and 60 high school students to the MESD Outdoor School for three days and two nights
Reynolds School District #7 2011 Multnomah Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to send 814 sixth-grade students (207 from Walt Morey Middle, 303 from Reynolds Middle, 304 from H.B. Lee Middle) to MESD Outdoor School at Camps Howard, Namanu, and Angelos for two nights
Reynolds School District #7 2012 Multnomah Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to send 802 sixth-grade students (216 from Walt Morey Middle, 318 from Reynolds Middle, 268 from H.B. Lee Middle) to MESD Outdoor School at Camps Howard, Namanu, Sandy River, and Arrah Wanna for three nights
Rimrock Expeditionary Alternative Learning 2009 Deschutes Community Field Trips 13,000 See more »
to expand the Tumalo Creek Project
Robert Frost School 2010 Marion Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 140 sixth graders, 25 high school students, and 10 teachers/adults to Camp Tadmor for an outdoor school field trip for three days
Robert Frost School 2013 Marion Outdoor School 8,000 See more »
to send 140 sixth grade students to Camp Tadmor for two nights
Robert Frost School 2014 Marion Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
To send 135 sixth grade students from Robert Frost Elementary School, Silver Falls School District to Camp Trickle Creek in Salem, Oregon for two nights and three days.
Sacred Heart Medical Center Foundation 2011 Lane Other 1,000 See more »
for the Courageous Kids grief support program
Sacred Heart Medical Center Foundation 2008 Lane Other 1,000 See more »
for the Courageous Kids grief support program
Salem-Keizer Education Foundation 2011 Marion Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
to send 316 fifth-grade students (67 from Washington, 66 from Grant, 93 from Swegle, 90 from Four Corners) to Camp Cascade for two nights
Salmon Drift Creek Watershed Council 2014 Lincoln Community Field Trips 8,500 See more »
to engage 590 students and 12 teachers in a watershed education program designed to connect students with nature, promote environmental stewardship, and encourage careers in conservation
Samaritan House, Inc. 2010 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Samaritan House, Inc. 2011 Lincoln Other 2,500 See more »
for general support
Samaritan House, Inc. 2008 Lincoln Other 2,500 See more »
for general support
Samaritan House, Inc. 2004 Lincoln Other 10,269 See more »
to establish the Fresh Start Emergency Shelter program to help homeless families gain independence in the community
Santiam Canyon School District 2014 Linn Outdoor School 3,000 See more »
to send 40 sixth grade students from Santiam Canyon School District to Twin Rocks Friends Camp for 3 nights.
Santiam Canyon School District 2015 Linn Outdoor School 4,000 See more »
to send 40 sixth grade students from Santiam Canyon School District to Twin Rocks Friends Camp for 3 nights
Sauvie Island Academy 2014 Multnomah Outdoor School 3,000 See more »
Sauvie Island Academy SendsTwenty-Four Sixth Grade Students to Explore Westwind Outdoor School for Five Days and Four Nights
Sauvie Island Center 2011 Multnomah Community Field Trips 6,396 See more »
to increase the food, farm and environmental literacy of the next generation through educational field trip programs
Sauvie Island Center 2012 Multnomah Community Field Trips 7,200 See more »
to provide a full-day, educational farm exploration for 250 fifth grade students from Title I schools
Sauvie Island Center 2013 Multnomah Community Field Trips 8,591 See more »
To send 250 fifth grade students for a day of outdoor education at the Sauvie Island Center, exploring an organic farm and the surrounding natural area.
Sauvie Island Center 2014 Multnomah Community Field Trips 5,000 See more »
To provide 260 fifth grade students a full day of outdoor education at the Sauvie Island Center, exploring the Sauvie Island Organics farm and the surrounding natural area.
School and Community Reuse Action Project 2006 Multnomah Other 20,000 See more »
for capacity-building to increase the amount of local community waste collected and diverted, primarily through the hiring of a 0.75 FTE employee
School Garden Project of Lane County 2011 Lane Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
to support 169 students' participation in a 12-week school garden education program
School Garden Project of Lane County 2012 Lane Community Field Trips 5,000 See more »
to support a garden-based education program and to establish new and strengthen existing cafeteria composting systems for 150 students & 15 teachers in Lane County schools
School Garden Project of Lane County 2013 Lane Community Field Trips 7,500 See more »
To provide active, outdoor, garden-based science education to 175 fifth and sixth grade students at four schools in the Eugene-Springfield area.
School Garden Project of Lane County 2006 Lane Other 7,500 See more »
for a capacity-building effort to increase the number of volunteers involved with the school garden programs
School Garden Project of Lane County 2014 Lane Community Field Trips 7,500 See more »
To provide active, outdoor, garden-based science education to 180 fifth and sixth grade students at five schools in the Eugene-Springfield area.
Seaside School District 2013 Clatsop Outdoor School 8,000 See more »
to send 130 fifth grade students and up to 3 high school counselors to NWRESD at Camp Cedar Ridge for two nights
Seaside School District # 10 2009 Clatsop Outdoor School 12,000 See more »
to send 130 5th grade and 1-3 high school students to the NWRESD Outdoor School
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute 2008 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
for the BioQuest education project
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute 2007 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
for the BioQuest Program
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute 2006 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute 2005 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
to support the BioQuest Education Project
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute 2004 Out of State Other 5,000 See more »
to support BioQuest
Seattle Parks Foundation 2012 Out of State Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Self Enhancement, Inc 2014 Multnomah Outdoor School 4,500 See more »
Self Enhancement, Inc. (SEI) seeks grant support to send 45 sixth grade students from the SEI Academy charter middle school to the Multnomah Educational Services District (MESD) Outdoor School for a fourday, three-night hands-on, experiential residential science camp during the 2014-15 academic year.
Self Enhancement, Inc. 2011 Multnomah Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 50 sixth-grade students to MESD Outdoor School for five nights
Self Enhancement, Inc. 2013 Multnomah Outdoor School 5,000 See more »
to send 45 sixth grade students from SEI Academy Middle School to MESD at Camp Howard for three nights
Self Enhancement, Inc. 2009 Multnomah Outdoor School 7,500 See more »
to send 50 6th grade students from the SEI Academy Charter Middle School to the MESD Outdoor School
Self Enhancement, Inc. 2015 Multnomah Outdoor School 2,000 See more »
to send 45 sixth grade students from the SEI Academy Charter middle school to Camp Howard for 3 nights
Shasta Elementary School 2010 Klamath Outdoor School 8,000 See more »
to send 70 sixth-grade students to NWRESD Outdoor School for five days and four nights
Shasta Elementary School 2013 Klamath Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 72 sixth grade students to Camp Westwind for four nights
Shasta Elementary School 2009 Klamath Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
to send 80 6th grade students to the NWRESD Outdoor School over the 09-10 school year
Shasta Elementary School 2014 Klamath Outdoor School 3,000 See more »
Outdoor school is a rite of passage for 6th grade students. ODS creates environmentally literate and responsible citizens by engaging students, hands-on, with nature in an open, honest, nurturing atmosphere. Without the ODS experience, there is liitle hope for cultivating the future conservationist who will value and care for the Northwest's treasured natural resources upon which our way of life relies. ODS provides a unique opportunity that teachers can not recreate in the classroom.
Sightline Institute 2014 King Other 30,000 See more »
to begin research into how and why environmental and conservation education is effective in engaging and creating active citizens and stewards of our environment.
Silver Falls School District 2012 Marion Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 140 sixth-graders from Robert Frost Elementary to Camp Tadmor for two nights
Silver Falls School District 2012 Marion Outdoor School 4,000 See more »
to send 16 fifth-grade students and 64 sixth grade students from Silver Falls School District (44 from Butte Creek, 16 from Scotts Mills, and 20 from Central Howell) to NWRESD at Camp Westwind for three nights
Silver Falls School District 2009 Marion Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
to send 100 5th and 6th grade students from four schools to the NWRESD Outdoor School over the 09-10 school year
Siskiyou Field Institute 2010 Josephine Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
to support 250 fifth-grade or sixth-grade students in attending Songbirds, Science and Outdoor School
Siskiyou Field Institute 2013 Josephine Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
to send 261 sixth grade students (71 from Lorna Byrne Middle School and 190 Students from Grants Pass South Middle School) to Deer Creek Center for four nights
Siskiyou Field Institute 2008 Josephine Outdoor School 11,050 See more »
to expand programs at Deer Creek Center for Field Research and Education by piloting outdoor school
Siskiyou Field Institute 2014 Josephine Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities at Deer Creek Center
Siuslaw School District 97-J 2013 Lane Community Field Trips 3,966 See more »
To enhance in-class estuary studies, Siuslaw Middle School eighth graders will explore the Siuslaw estuary at minus-tide and remove invasives from the Siuslaw Estuary Trail. To enhance in-class forestry studies, SMS sixth graders will hike in a coastal rainforest, release recently planted trees, and tour a smolt trap and lumber mill. These projects supplement Siuslaw Salmon and Watershed Studies (SSWS), which also funds and organizes EE activities for grades 3-5 and 7 with other grants.
Siuslaw School District 97-J 2014 Lane Community Field Trips 3,933 See more »
To enhance in-class estuary studies, Siuslaw Middle School eighth graders will explore the Siuslaw estuary at minus-tide & remove invasives; a wastewater treatment plant tour is included. To enhance in-class forestry studies, SMS sixth graders hike in a coastal rainforest, release trees planted last year, tour a smolt trap, and a lumber mill. These projects will be part of Siuslaw Salmon and Watershed Studies (SSWS) which organizes 27 other EE trips for grades 3-5 with other grants.
Siuslaw School District 97J 2011 Lane Community Field Trips 3,880 See more »
to enhance ongoing watershed studies in the district with hands-on field experiences for 6th grade (four trips) and 8th grade (two trips) (Gray Family Fund recommends more than the requested amount in order to support the project manager
Siuslaw School District 97J 2012 Lane Community Field Trips 3,792 See more »
to enhance on-going watershed studies in School District 97-J with the continuation of field experiences for 6th grade (4 trips) and 8th grade (2 trips) presented by resource professionals of the Siuslaw Watershed
Siuslaw School District 97J 2008 Lane Outdoor School 12,000 See more »
for Siuslaw Middle School to revive a one-week, residential outdoor school program
SKY Camp 2015 Lane Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
SOREEL (EEAO) 2014 Jackson Teacher Professional Development 12,300 See more »
This project will send 40 regional teachers and administrators, as well as 20 community sustainability education providers to a four day August Institute (AI), preparing them to implement sustainability through STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) and environmental education. The cohort will establish professional learning communities and support on-going student sustainability education experiences that promote the Oregon Environmental Literacy Plan (OELP).
South Benton Community Enhancement 2010 Benton Other 10,000 See more »
for the South Benton Library Project
South Benton Community Enhancement 2011 Benton Other 1,000 See more »
for Art in the Park
South Benton Community Enhancement 2012 Benton Other 3,500 See more »
for the Art in the Park program in South Benton county
South Lane School District 2011 Lane Outdoor School 5,500 See more »
to send 60 fifth-grade students (25 from Latham Elementary, 20 from London School, 15 from Dorena School) to Grove Christian Camp for three nights
South Lane School District 2012 Lane Outdoor School 2,000 See more »
to send 60 fifth-grade students (25 from Latham Elementary, 20 from London School, 15 from Dorena School) to Grove Christian Camp for three nights
South Lane School District 2013 Lane Outdoor School 3,500 See more »
to send 58 fifth grade students (16 from London Elementary, 28 from Latham Elementary, and 14 from Dorena Elementary) to Grove Christian Camp for three nights
South Lane School District 2014 Lane Outdoor School 5,000 See more »
to send 5th graders to Grove Christian Camp for 3 nights
South Middle School 2015 Josephine Outdoor School 9,000 See more »
to send 200 sixth grade students from South Middle School to Camp Latgawa for 2 nights
South Santiam Watershed Council 2010 Linn Outdoor School 7,500 See more »
to provide a natural resource education program that integrates watershed and natural resource education for students K-12, with an overnight outdoor school for 100 5th-6th grade students, designated for the camp rental
South Santiam Watershed Council 2012 Linn Outdoor School 7,000 See more »
to send 116 fifth-grade students (40 from Oak Heights, 40 from Hawthorne, 20 from Lourdes Charter School, and 16 from Holley) and 27 sixth-grade students from Holley to Camp Tadmor for two nights
South Santiam Watershed Council 2008 Linn Outdoor School 20,000 See more »
for the STEWARDS (STudents Engaged in Watershed AND Resource Discovery Sessions) Program, to introduce watershed and natural resource education into school district curriculum, initiate a Junior Watershed Council and hold an annual outdoor school
South Santiam Watershed Council 2015 Linn Outdoor School 11,500 See more »
to send 240 5fifth and sixth grade students from Sweet Home and Lebanon School Districts to Camp Tadmor for 2 nights
South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve 2010 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 11,000 See more »
to facilitate the development of a professional learning community of coastal and non-coastal educators, and to disseminate a set of exemplary education modules that incorporate best K-12 teaching practices
South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve 2015 Coos Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
Provide middle school and high school teachers and students with meaningful experiences collecting and investigating historic and current fisheries data in the Coos estuary.
Southern Oregon Regional Environmental Education Leaders 2015 Jackson Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
Through SOREEL's August Institute, 40 teachers prepare to implement environmental education that enhances the health of their students and their community. Learning sessions and a resource fair connect teachers with local experts and resources that promote the Oregon Environmental Literacy Plan.
Southern Oregon Regional Environmental Education Leaders (a DBA of Environmental Education Organization of Oregon) 2013 Harney Teacher Professional Development 14,000 See more »
This project will send 40 regional teachers and administrators, as well as 20 community outdoor education providers to a three day Environmental Education August Institute (EEAI) and prepare them to implement the Oregon Environmental Literacy Plan (OELP) and common core standards for education after exploring southern Oregon field sites. The cohort will establish professional learning communities and support on-going student outdoor education experiences.
Southern Oregon University 2011 Jackson Teacher Professional Development 20,000 See more »
to send 60 teachers to a five-day Environmental Education August Institute and prepare them to implement the Oregon Environmental Literacy Plan after exploring Southern Oregon field sites
Southern Oregon University 2012 Jackson Teacher Professional Development 27,000 See more »
to send 40 4th-8th grade teachers to a five day Environmental Education August Institute and prepare them to implement the Oregon Environmental Literacy Plan
Springfield High School 2014 Lane Geography Education 10,000 See more »
to give students at the Title 1 school a look at Oregon they may never see otherwise, through a program that combines outdoor literature, Oregon geography and history, leadership, and exploration while encouraging community and environmental consciousness
Springfield Public Library 2009 Lane Other 750 See more »
for general support
Springfield Public Library 2010 Lane Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Springfield Public Library 2011 Lane Other 1,250 See more »
for general support
Springfield Public Library 2012 Lane Other 1,500 See more »
for general support
Springfield Public Schools 2009 Lane Community Field Trips 12,000 See more »
for a three-year request ($12,000/yr) to bring fifth grade classes to the McGowan Creek Educational Area to study the old-growth forest and aquatic environment
Springville K-8 School 2013 Washington Outdoor School 3,800 See more »
to send 100 fifth grade students to NWRESD at Camp Trickle Creek for three nights
Springville K-8 School 2015 Multnomah Outdoor School 3,500 See more »
to send 135 fifth grade students from Springville K-8 to Camp Magruder for 3 nights.
St Andrew Nativity School 2013 Multnomah Outdoor School 3,500 See more »
to send 30 sixth grade students to Camp Namanu for two nights
St Andrew Nativity School 2014 Multnomah Outdoor School 2,500 See more »
We respectfully request a $4,650 grant from the Gray Family Foundation to send 30 sixth grade students from Nativity School, a private Jesuit middle school, serving low-income children of all faiths, which is located within Portland Public School District boundaries, to Cascade Science School at Camp Namanu for three days and two nights, in April of 2015.
St Helens High School Natural Resources Class 2015 Columbia Community Field Trips 8,722 See more »
St Helen's High School students want to create an outdoor school experience for this year's 7th grade class who didn't get to go to outdoor school last year due to lack of funding.
St. Andrew Nativity School 2012 Multnomah Outdoor School 3,000 See more »
to send 27 sixth-graders to OMSI at Hancock Field Station for two nights
St. Clare School 2013 Clatsop Outdoor School 2,000 See more »
to send 28 sixth grade students to Camp Arrah Wanna for five nights
St. Clare School 2014 Multnomah Outdoor School 2,000 See more »
to send 27 sixth-grade students from St. Clare School to one week (six days, five nights) of Outdoor School at either Camp Arrah Wanna in Welches, Oregon or Howard Outdoor School in Corbett, Oregon.
St. Helens School District 2009 Columbia Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
to send 260 6th grade and 25 high school students to the NWRESD Outdoor School over the 09-10 school year
St. Helens School District 2015 Columbia Outdoor School 11,500 See more »
to send 200 sixth grade students and 25 high school counselors to Camp Cedar Ridge for 2 nights
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church – Newport 2010 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
for the Stone Soup Supper, the weekly food program for the homeless
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church – Newport 2010 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
for the Monday night food kitchen
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church – Newport 2011 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
for the Stone Soup program
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church – Newport 2012 Lincoln Other 5,000 See more »
for the Stone Kitchen
St. Therese School 2015 Multnomah Outdoor School 1,500 See more »
to send 20 sixth grade students to MESD Outdoor School for 5 nights
St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County 2009 Lane Other 2,000 See more »
for general support
St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County 2010 Lane Other 2,000 See more »
for general support
St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County 2008 Lane Other 2,000 See more »
for general support
Sun Pass Camp 2014 Klamath Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Talmadge Middle School-Central School District 2014 Polk Outdoor School 10,000 See more »
To send sixth grade students from Talmadge Middle School to Trickle Creek Camp for 3 nights.
The Community Roots School 2013 Marion Outdoor School 2,000 See more »
to send 15 fifth grade students and 2 sixth grade students to Camp Namanu for four nights
The Environmental Center 2013 Deschutes Teacher Professional Development 4,810 See more »
To create an innovative training program for twenty, 2nd - 8th grade Central Oregon teachers that increases their understanding of sustainability and their capacity to integrate it into their curriculum using experiential and outdoor education techniques.
The Environmental Center 2014 Deschutes Teacher Professional Development 5,360 See more »
Educating for a Sustainable Future is a professional development workshop designed to increase K-12 educators understanding of sustainability and their capacity to integrate it into their curriculum using experiential and outdoor education techniques. The workshop is scheduled for October 23-25, 2014. Participating teachers will have access to coaching during the 2014-15 school year to assist with sustainability projects at their school or develop and deliver field-based learning experience.
The Environmental Center 2015 Deschutes Teacher Professional Development 4,170 See more »
The Integrating Sustainability Education development series will increase K-12 educators' understanding of sustainability in relation to school operations. Through the program, educators will design and implement student led projects focused on waste reduction, energy and water conservation.
The Fair Share Research & Education Fund 2006 Multnomah Other 15,000 See more »
for expansion of Oregon Action's Citizen Engagement program, which works in low-income communities to help individuals become engaged through voting, understand how public policy affects their lives and develop leadership skills
The Freshwater Trust 2010 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
to provide teachers in the Portland, Bend, and Corvallis communities with skills and support to successfully implement watershed-based student stewardship projects that adhere to best practices and respond to community needs
The Freshwater Trust 2011 Multnomah Other 30,000 See more »
towards the implementation of the NOCLI Task Force efforts (see special award terms)
The Freshwater Trust 2009 Multnomah Other 10,000 See more »
to support the Oregon Environmental Literacy Plan Taskforce
The Freshwater Trust 2008 Multnomah Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
for the Corvallis Outdoor School, for a watershed education collaboration between the Corvallis School District and the Healthy Waters Institute
The Freshwater Trust 2007 Multnomah Other 5,000 See more »
to support the "Healthy Waters Institute" which addresses statewide needs in science learning
The Oregon Community Foundation 2012 Statewide Other 100,000 See more »
to support OCF's new database platform and technolgy upgrade
The Oregon Community Foundation 2007 Statewide Other 18,000 See more »
for up to $18,000 for support of the Public and Media relations proposal
The Oregon Community Foundation 2006 Statewide Other 12,000 See more »
to support a Public Communication project for the Richmond/Houchen report
The Oregon Community Foundation 2006 Statewide Other 10,000 See more »
for the Brooke Wilberger Scholarship Fund
The Oregon Community Foundation 2005 Statewide Other 25,000 See more »
for up to $25,000 to hire a project coordinator to coordinate the four land use planning proposals
The Oregonian Publishing Company 2008 Multnomah Other 2,500 See more »
for the Season of Sharing Fund
Tigard-Tualatin School District 2013 Washington Outdoor School 15,000 See more »
for scholarships for approximately 400 sixth grade students from Fowler Middle, Hazelbrook Middle, and Twality Middle to attend Camp Cedar Ridge or Trickle Creek for two nights
Tillamook County Pioneer Museum 2011 Statewide Community Field Trips 3,000 See more »
for the Kilchis Point Interpretive Learning Project, to support bio-disciplinary learning in an outdoor classroom setting
Tillamook School District #9 Foundation 2014 Tillamook Outdoor School 12,000 See more »
The goal of the Tillamook Outdoor School Project is to send 150 sixth grade students from East elementary School in Tillamook School District #9 to Tillamook Outdoor School at Twin Rocks Friends Camp for 3 nights and 4 days.
Tri-County Cooperative Weed Mang. Area 2013 Baker Teacher Professional Development 5,430 See more »
To provide professional development for educators to explore new curriculums facilitated through the Oregon Natural Resources Education Program and local resource managers that will build understanding, knowledge, and skills about native plants and invasive weeds' ecological and economical impact. This program will incorporate informative material relating to classroom and outdoor "hands-on" knowledge to help instructors incorporate a knowledge based agenda to meet their specific student needs.
Trillium Charter School 2009 Multnomah Outdoor School 3,500 See more »
for the participation of 30 6th grade students in the six-day MESD Outdoor School
Trout Unlimited — Upper Deschutes Program 2013 Jefferson Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
to integrate at least 200 students, 10 teachers, and 10 volunteer mentors into the restoration and stewardship of the Metolius River
Trout Unlimited — Upper Deschutes Program 2014 Deschutes Community Field Trips 500 See more »
Integrate at least 250 students, 10 teachers, and 10 volunteer mentors into the restoration and stewardship of the Metolius River through a hands-on service learning project.
Tryon Life Community Farm 2009 Multnomah Community Field Trips 5,000 See more »
for the Hands-On Sustainability Program for youth ages 4-18
Tryon Life Community Farm 2008 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 6,500 See more »
to increase the capacity of the Hands-On Sustainability Program by creating an indoor classroom, increasing pre-field trip in-class activities, and making youth friendly educational kiosks
Tryon Life Community Farm 2014 Multnomah Community Field Trips 500 See more »
The Hands-On Sustainability Program’s increases young peoples' connection to the natural world and each other by providing opportunities to steward the natural processes that support life.
Tualatin Riverkeepers 2010 Statewide Community Field Trips 12,500 See more »
to continue to serve 1,000 youth in the Tualatin River watershed through the Nature Awareness and Service Education program, and to expand/enhance the Nature Day Camp program
Tualatin Riverkeepers 2011 Statewide Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for Diverse Partners for Nature Awareness, to engage all income, racial and ethnic groups in efforts to grow a new generation of watershed stewards through school field trips, day camps and events
Tualatin Riverkeepers 2012 Statewide Community Field Trips 12,500 See more »
to develop a diverse community of watershed stewards through nature awareness education, recreation, and hands-on stewardship activities for over 700 youth
Tualatin Riverkeepers 2013 Statewide Community Field Trips 12,500 See more »
Tualatin Riverkeepers is building and sustaining partnerships to provide in-depth nature awareness experiences for diverse children and families participating in its school-based field trips and partner education programs.
Tualatin Riverkeepers 2008 Statewide Community Field Trips 12,500 See more »
to connect 1200 children to the nature in their neighborhood through Nature Awareness school field trip, summer day camp and service-learning experiences
Tualatin Riverkeepers 2007 Statewide Other 17,000 See more »
to support the Nature Awareness and Service Education program, integrating classroom learning, field experiences, and service-learning opportunities for underserved students in Washington County
Tualatin Riverkeepers 2014 Washington Community Field Trips 8,000 See more »
TWO-NAP: Tualatin Watershed Outdoor Nature Awareness Project
Tualatin SWCD 2015 Washington Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
Successful learning in school gardens/farms starts with the soil. Building on our existing soil health workshop, this program answer the call of teachers in our region to learn more about managing soil health and incorporating it into the curriculum, with direct ties to state and federal standards.
Tumalo Community School 2015 Deschutes Outdoor School 2,500 See more »
to send 32 sixth grade students from Tumalo Community School/ Redmond School District to Camp Westwind for 4 nights
Twin Rocks Friends Camp 2015 Tillamook Camp Maintenance 35,000 See more »
to fix or upgrade existing camp facilities
Umatilla Basin Watershed Council 2013 Umatilla Community Field Trips 8,380 See more »
1. To send over 700 underserved 6th-8th graders from rural and low income schools on educational field trips to the Pendleton Water & Wastewater Treatment Plants. 2. To support classroom environmental education with activities and presentations in water quality testing labs, macroinvertebrates, watershed restoration, and salmonids life cycle. 3. To create service learning opportunities for students to foster stewardship.
Umpqua Watersheds, Inc. 2014 Douglas Community Field Trips 5,500 See more »
To send 90 fifth grade students from McGovern Elementary School on a watershed tour of the Umpqua Basin, from the Cascades to the coast, during the fall 2014 and spring 2015 school term. The tour will complement a watershed curriculum piloted by Umpqua Watersheds, Inc. at McGovern Elementary School.
University of Oregon 2010 Lane Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
for the first year of a two-year request ($39,308; $40,419) to provide marine science and coastal management professional development for teachers and volunteers; also, to provide outdoor, place-based service learning opportunities for K-12 students
University of Oregon 2008 Lane Teacher Professional Development 25,000 See more »
for the Environmental Education Initiative: training teachers, mentoring youth, and promoting stewardship through service learning
University of Oregon, Environmental Leadership Program 2010 Lane Teacher Professional Development 4,552 See more »
for the first year of a two-year request ($22,281; $23,077) to train 18+ undergraduates and three graduate students, designated solely for field trips
University of Oregon, Environmental Leadership Program, 2012 Lane Teacher Professional Development 12,500 See more »
to support the Environmental Leadership Project, where students work with community partners to implement experiential environmental education
Upper Deschutes Watershed Council 2011 Statewide Community Field Trips 9,000 See more »
for Hometown Waters, to create a watershed-as-home concept by connecting students to the source of our water, educating them about the path of water and engaging them in active stewardship
Upper Deschutes Watershed Council 2013 Statewide Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
To support multiple week-long outdoor learning experiences for 600 underserved 5th-8th grade students in Bend and Sisters, Oregon. Through The Upstream Project, students will explore the Metolius and Deschutes River while they learn about water sources, ecology, hydrology, and water quality. Students will develop a sense of place for their home watershed and gain hand-on skills in stream stewardship as they actively participate in restoration activities.
Upper Deschutes Watershed Council 2008 Statewide Community Field Trips 5,000 See more »
for Student Stewardship Projects in Central Oregon through the Healthy Waters Institute, a watershed education program for middle and high-school students
Upper Deschutes Watershed Council 2014 Deschutes Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
To support multi-day educational field experiences for 500 underserved 5th-8th grade students in Bend, Redmond, and Sisters, Oregon. Through The Upstream Project, students will explore Tumalo Creek, the Deschutes River, and the Metolius River while they learn about water sources, ecology, hydrology, and water quality. Students will develop an informed and inspired sense of place for their home watershed and gain hands-on skills in stream stewardship as they actively participate in restoration.
Vale School District 2015 Malheur Outdoor School 1,500 See more »
to send 22 fifth and sixth grade students from Willowcreek Elementary School to McCall Outdoor Science School for 4 nights
Verde 2008 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 15,000 See more »
to support the Classroom Watershed Curriculum, field trips and bioswale installation
Vernonia School District 47J 2012 Columbia Teacher Professional Development 25,740 See more »
to combine sustainability professional development training with the standards taught by educators to create three, 3-week, grades K-I2, sustainability project blocks
Vernonia School District 47J 2013 Columbia Teacher Professional Development 14,000 See more »
To create a half-year curriculum development schedule for integrating sustainability curriculum and projects across content areas, and grade levels (K-12).
Walama Restoration Project 2008 Lane Teacher Professional Development 12,500 See more »
to support the STREAM Program (Students Trained in River Enhancement, Awareness, and Monitoring) focusing on exploring, restoring and monitoring the Coast Fork Willamette River
Walla Walla Basin Watershed Council 2012 Umatilla Community Field Trips 3,568 See more »
to support STELLAR in the funding of two activities, a summer science camp and a field trip in the fall to look at local biomes in the watershed
Walla Walla Basin Watershed Council (WWBWC) 2014 Umatilla Community Field Trips 5,456 See more »
To support a field trip for 150 fifth grade students to experience a full day of environmental education and ecological and geographical awareness in the natural setting of the Blue Mountains. To support a summer day camp that will give 25 5th-8th grade students three days of in-depth exploration of the local watershed, from civic infrastructure and our agriculture-based economy to pristine natural environments and restoration efforts to promote healthy ecosystems.
Wallowa Resources 2010 Wallowa Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for program support for Wallowa Resources' Explorations of Nature, a field-based science program for 5th through 8th grade students, and a program within Wallowa Resources - Wallowa Mountain Institute's Youth Stewardship Education Program
Wallowa Resources 2012 Wallowa Community Field Trips 15,000 See more »
to get 5th through 8th graders of Wallowa County outside and exploring Wallowa County
Wallowa Resources 2013 Wallowa Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
To create a year-long professional learning community for Wallowa Valley K-12 teachers that increases their understanding of placed-based & outdoor education and their capacity to teach it.
Wallowa Resources 2013 Wallowa Community Field Trips 5,000 See more »
To get 60 local rural kids grades 5-8th outside and more deeply connected with Wallowa County through place-based learning, exploration, play, and the arts.
Wallowa Resources 2009 Wallowa Community Field Trips 15,000 See more »
for program support for Wallowa Resources' Explorations of Nature, a field-based science program for 5th through 8th grade students, and a program within Wallowa Resources - Wallowa Mountain Institute's Youth Stewardship Education Program
Wallowa Resources 2008 Wallowa Community Field Trips 15,000 See more »
for a three-year request ($30,000, $40,000, $40,000) for the Youth Stewardship Education Program of the Wallowa Mountain Institute
Wallowa Resources 2004 Wallowa Other 10,000 See more »
for a three-year request ($30,429; $19,312; $10,590) to support a natural resource-based education program for youth
Wallowa Resources 2014 Wallowa Community Field Trips 12,000 See more »
To get 50 local rural kids grades 5-8th outside and more deeply connected with Wallowa County through place-based learning, exploration, play, and the arts.
Wasco County 4-H Leaders Association 2010 Wasco Outdoor School 9,326 See more »
to send all 5th-6th grade students in southern Wasco County to a three-night, four-day outdoor camp with a follow-up field trip to the Oregon coast
We Make the Media, Inc. 2011 Statewide Other 5,000 See more »
for Portland Voice
West Linn-Wilsonville School District 2010 Clackamas Teacher Professional Development 13,850 See more »
for a two-day summer sustainability institute for teachers, and two release days for teacher leaders to collaborate and develop place-based sustainability projects in their local community
West Linn-Wilsonville School District 2011 Clackamas Community Field Trips 16,000 See more »
for support of a Farm Educator that will organize and lead field trips to a district-owned farm
West Linn-Wilsonville School District 2012 Clackamas Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
to fund the CREST Farm Educator, who will oversee the CREST Farm field trip program and implement a student-run CSA involving students in grades 5-8
West Linn-Wilsonville School District 2009 Clackamas Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
to continue to expand, enhance, and sustain the CREST garden education program in order to connect students and teachers with the local community for 2009-2010
West Linn-Wilsonville School District 2008 Clackamas Teacher Professional Development 10,000 See more »
for a two-year request ($26,000; $28,600) to expand, enhance, and sustain the CREST garden education program which connects West Linn - Wilsonville students and teachers with the local community
Western Rivers Conservancy 2009 Statewide Other 5,000 See more »
for general support
Westwind Stewardship Group 2007 Lincoln Outdoor School 30,720 See more »
to cover a shortfall in tuition costs for the Northwest Outdoor School's environmental sciences programs
White Oak Farm & Education Center 2013 Josephine Community Field Trips 3,500 See more »
To provide 300 children, teachers and parents in Josephine and Jackson counties with the opportunity to connect to their food system and natural environment while learning science and interpersonal skills in an experiential outdoor environment.
Whitford Middle School 2014 Washington Outdoor School 12,000 See more »
to send 206 sixth-grade students from Whitford Middle School/Beaverton School District to Camp Namanu for two nights
Whitford Middle School 2015 Washington Outdoor School 6,000 See more »
to send 200 sixth grade students from Whitford School/Beaverton School District to Camp Cedar Ridge for 2 nights
Willamette ESD/Willamette Promise 2015 Marion Geography Education 19,000 See more »
Geography Course Development: $2,000 each for 1-3 professor stipends, $6,000 total; $1,000 each for 1-3 teacher stipends, $3,000 total; $10,000 for development of online assessments and materials
Willamette ESD/Willamette Promise 2015 Marion Geography Education 6,000 See more »
AP training for Human Geography (offered in Salt Lake City, Utah for the West Coast on October 11th, 2015) includes airfare/ meals/lodging/training for 5 Oregon Teachers @ $1,200 each
Willamette Farm and Food Coalition 2011 Lane Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for Farm to School, to offer students a hands-on experience visiting farms, tasting fresh produce, and harvesting and preparing their own food; also, to assist district food services staff in sourcing locally-grown produce to serve in school meals
Willamette Farm and Food Coalition 2012 Lane Community Field Trips 7,500 See more »
to provide a comprehensive Farm to School Program, which teaches 12 classes of 5th graders from Lane County where their food comes from and how it is grown and assists schools in sourcing locally-grown food
Willamette Farm and Food Coalition 2013 Lane Community Field Trips 7,500 See more »
To provide a comprehensive Farm to School Program for 304 fifth grade students in Lane County, connecting students to the source of their food and educating them about healthy local food systems.
Willamette Farm and Food Coalition 2009 Lane Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for the Farm to School Program and School Garden Project
Willamette Farm and Food Coalition 2008 Lane Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
for the Farm to School Program ($5,000) and School Garden Project ($5,000)
Willamette Farm and Food Coalition 2006 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for a third and final year of funding for a capacity-building project that involves increased staffing in order to strengthen the coalition and address food security and agriculture issues in Lane County
Willamette Farm and Food Coalition 2005 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for year two of three years' potential funding for a capacity-building project that involves increased staffing in order to strengthen the coalition and address food security and agriculture issues in Lane County
Willamette Farm and Food Coalition 2004 Lane Other 20,000 See more »
for a three-year request ($20,000/year) to support a capacity-building project that involves hiring a program director to address pressing food security and agriculture issues in Lane County
Willamette Farm and Food Coalition 2014 Lane Community Field Trips 6,000 See more »
To deliver a comprehensive Farm to School education that provides 154 Lane County fifth graders with experiential outdoor enrichment including field trips and hand-on activities at local farms, and offers youth a unique way of connecting to their local food system and to the natural world. By providing youth with early and ongoing exposure to the connections between people, food, and ecosystems, we're building a new generation attuned to responsible stewardship of our natural resources.
Willamette Resources & Educational Network (WREN) 2014 Lane Community Field Trips 500 See more »
To create a lasting, personal connection between 3,300 fifth through eighth grade students, their teachers, parents and community member volunteers with the geography, biology, history, anthropology, geology, flora, fauna, land and soils of the West Eugene Wetlands, which contains the last remaining 0.5% of Oregon’s original wetland prairie.
Willamette Resources and Educational 2008 Lane Community Field Trips 15,000 See more »
for the environmental education program in the West Eugene Wetlands
Willamette Riverkeeper 2009 Multnomah Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
to support the River Discovery Education Project, which will engage students through guided walking, canoe, and kayak trips
William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge 2010 Statewide Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
to create an inquiry and place-based education curriculum for use of six area school districts and to provide training and resources to 60 local teachers and volunteers who will lead students in environmental education programs on the refuge
Wisdom of the Elders, Inc. 2013 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 5,000 See more »
to provide PD training for 20 educators and mentors in the use of Native American curricula on sustainability response to environmental degradation and climate change. Developed for Wisdom's 2013 summer field science camp, lesson plans for culturally tailored curricula combines traditional ecological knowledge with western science, and includes sustainability videos developed by Native educators and students. Curricula and an implementation manual will be piloted by educators and replicated.
Wisdom of the Elders, Inc. 2014 Multnomah Community Field Trips 7,000 See more »
The Wisdom Project is a Native youth leadership initiative that provides low-income Native American youth, families and their educators and paid peer mentors with hands-on outdoor conservation restoration and service learning during Summer Field Science Camp at 10 place-based natural areas in the local ecosystem. Film screenings/community consultations and Native Saturday Academies on environmental and climate issues will be organized to engage and recruit youth and families for the camp.
Wolftree, Inc. 2011 Statewide Community Field Trips 10,500 See more »
for Watershed Education, to provide project-based watershed science education and local stewardship experiences for over 200 5th-8th grade students living in rural, remote communities
Wolftree, Inc. 2012 Statewide Community Field Trips 12,000 See more »
to provide project-based watershed science education and local stewardship experiences for more than 200 students in grades 5 - 8
Womenspace 2006 Lane Other 10,000 See more »
for general support
World Forestry Center 2012 Multnomah Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
to provide a two-day indoor & outdoor hands-on environmental education program for 400 students ages 5-12 from ten schools from diverse and underserved communities in the Portland metro area
World Forestry Center 2013 Statewide Community Field Trips 5,000 See more »
To provide 450 students, ages 5-12, from low-income schools with a 2-day program of educational field trips to the Discovery Museum, the Hoyt Arboretum, and WFC's demonstration forest in Wilsonville.
World Forestry Center 2015 Multnomah Teacher Professional Development 4,000 See more »
Send 3 educators from rural communities to WFC's International Educators Institute (IEI), thereby building their capacity to lead students in engaging, inquiry-based environmental education and field learning.
World Salmon Council Inc. 2014 Multnomah Community Field Trips 500 See more »
World Salmon Council's Salmon Watch program is an award-winning, community-based partnership in environmental education that teaches middle and high school students about the importance of wild salmon conservation and healthy watersheds. It has educated 60,000+ students over the past two decades. The program includes teacher and volunteer training, classroom instruction, hands-on, streamside field trips to see spawning salmon, and community service projects to benefit wild salmon and watersheds.
Write Around Portland 2012 Multnomah Other 1,000 See more »
for general support
Yamhill County 4-H Leaders Association 2009 Yamhill Outdoor School 3,500 See more »
for the Homeschool Outdoor School program to provide ecological learning and hands-on activities to homeschool students to increase environmental awareness
YWCA of Greater Portland 2004 Multnomah Other 20,000 See more »
for Camp Westwind's deferred maintenance fund
Zenger Farm 2013 Statewide Community Field Trips 10,000 See more »
To provide three science field trips to Zenger Farm and one science in-classroom program for 920 fifth grade students from urban, low-income schools through the Farm School Program.