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Alabama Power and its parent Southern Company are among the supporters of NFWF.
"This NFWF grant will allow us to develop the true north of the Eufaula Wetland Park mission to reach and teach Lake Eufaula area children, educators, parents, community members and visitors about the value of wetlands," said Jerry McCormick, Team Up to Clean Up wetland project coordinator.
The Wells Fargo Environmental Solutions for Communities grant program represents a five-year, $15 million collaboration with NFWF, and is part of Wells Fargo's commitment to provide $100 million in grant funding by 2020 to nonprofits and university programs focused on environmental sustainability.
The Wells Fargo Environmental Solutions for Communities grant program represents a five-year, USD15m collaboration with NFWF. Launched in 2012, the program is part of Wells Fargo's commitment to provide USD100m in grant funding by 2020 to nonprofits and university programs focused on promoting environmental sustainability across the U.S.
Through this initiative, NFWF and IP anticipate that more than 200,000 acres of forestlands will be restored and improved and over 3,000 private landowners engaged through outreach and technical assistance to implement forest stewardship practices throughout the Southeast.
"The NFWF will use its network of partners to promote the grant opportunity, aid potential grant applicants in shaping proposals that meet our objectives, and identify opportunities to leverage the $100 million with other funding sources to protect communities," Jewell explains.
(189) NFWF describes itself as "a 501(c)(3) non-profit that
Fisheries managers across the partnering agencies, and other organizations including Trout Unlimited and NFWF, have shown unwavering cooperation and strong partnerships in dealing with the threat of wildfire and the impacts on native aquatic species.
While these culturally based arrangements may be seen as "loopholes," the NFWF and other donors who paid for the easements remain strongly supportive of the program.
On Tuesday it announced it was donating the revenue from the sale of oil recovered from the ruptured well to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), which is helping rehabilitate species affected by the spill, and said it was providing NFWF with an immediate donation of $5 million.
The senior author is grateful to Mike Lange, Thomas Adams (USFWS), and Tom Smith (NFWF) for their enthusiastic support of this project, and to Stanley Jones (Botanical Research Center), Guy Nesom (Botanical Research Institute of Texas), J.
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