Maki Foundation

Category

: Regional

Description

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the preservation of the Rocky Mountain West's remaining wild lands, rivers, and wilderness, as well as the wildlife, that depends on these lands. Grants are awarded to small local and regional grassroots organizations working to protect public lands and drivers from threats such as mineral development, unconstrained off-road vehicle use, and poorly planned water projects. The Foundation does not consider requests for the acquisition or construction of community recreation facilities, buildings, municipal parks, reservoirs, and similar projects. Nonprofit organizations that promote environmental protection in Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming are eligible to apply. The Foundation requests that new applicants submit a one-page letter of inquiry prior to applying. Additional information can be found on the Web site.

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