DescriptionThe Foundation focuses its grantmaking on programs and projects that protect biodiversity. The Foundation works to protect old-growth forests, expand habitats for endangered species on public and private lands, and link key wildlife corridors. Grants are awarded in the following areas: domestic biodiversity, international biodiversity, land acquisition, population, and consumption. The Foundation has four geographical focus areas: the Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion in Northern California; the High Divide in southwest Montana; the Altai Republic in Russia; and Chilean Patagonia. New applicants must submit a letter of inquiry. Significant details about each program and funding region as well as additional information can be found on the Web site.
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