Appalachian Stewardship Foundation
DescriptionThe Foundation's mission is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect freshwater streams and tributaries against the effects of pollution from energy development and use in Appalachia. Preference is given to projects that are focused on greenhouse gas reduction and stream and fishery restoration, with preference given to projects and programs benefitting Virginia and West Virginia although the Foundation will consider funding Appalachian-based projects based elsewhere. The Foundation is particularly interested I funding projects that would benefit any of the following areas: Shenandoah National Park, Dolly Sods and Otter Creek Wilderness Areas in the Monongahela National Forest, and James River Face Wilderness Area in the Jefferson National Forest. Additional information including application instructions can be found on the Web site.
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