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Supported Grantees

Store-supported grantees receive funding through our Retail Grants Program. These organizations identify and work on the root causes of problems and approach issues with a commitment to long-term change.

City Kids Wilderness Project

Washington

City Kids Wilderness Project

City Kids Wilderness Project exists to build resiliency, broaden horizons, and ensure skills for success for our participants, through intensive, long-term programming using natural and wilderness settings to encourage growth for our DC urban youth.

Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States, Inc.

Chevy Chase, MD

Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States, Inc.

The Audubon Naturalist Society inspires residents of the greater Washington, D.C., region to appreciate, understand and protect their natural environment through outdoor experiences, education and advocacy.

St. Mary’s River Watershed Association

St. Mary's City, MD

St. Mary’s River Watershed Association

St. Mary’s River Watershed Association seeks to protect, improve and promote the well-being of its namesake through the collaborative efforts of economic, agricultural, environmental, social, cultural and political stakeholders.

Chesapeake Climate Action Network

Takoma Park, MD

Chesapeake Climate Action Network

Chesapeake Climate Action Network seeks to build and mobilize a powerful grassroots movement in its region to call for state, national and international policies that put us on a path to climate stability.

Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake

Annapolis, MD

Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake

Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake ignites the power of faith communities in the Chesapeake Bay region to honor all of Creation by working together to protect and restore our shared watershed.

Beyond Extreme Energy

Washington

Beyond Extreme Energy

Taking action to resist and retire fossil fuels, Beyond Extreme Energy envisions a world powered by consumer-controlled, renewable energy.

Common Good City Farm

Washington

Common Good City Farm

Common Good City Farm exists to build a vibrant, informed, well-nourished community through urban farming.

Endangered Species Coalition

Washington

Endangered Species Coalition

Endangered Species Coalition helps to protect endangered species through grassroots organizing.

Howard EcoWorks

Columbia, MD

Howard EcoWorks

Howard EcoWorks strives to empower an underserved workforce to respect and restore our natural systems for future generations.

City Blossoms

Washington

City Blossoms

City Blossom develops and implements innovative programming and tools that build healthy neighborhoods and schools through creative, kid-driven green spaces.

Anacostia Riverkeeper

Washington

Anacostia Riverkeeper

Anacostia Riverkeeper works to protect and restore the Anacostia River for everyone who lives, works and plays in its watershed.

Wild Virginia

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA

Wild Virginia

Wild Virginia works to preserve natural ecosystems by enhancing habitat connectivity, water quality and climate in the forests, mountains and waters of Virginia through education and advocacy.

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Urbanna Creek Oyster Restoration Tour — Friends of the Rappahannock

Event from Friends of the Rappahannock

Urbanna, VA, United States

Urbanna Creek Oyster Restoration Tour

Friends of the Rappahannock

Join Friends of the Rappahannock River Steward, Captain Richard Moncure, and make your world a Rappahannock River Oyster as you tour Urbanna Creek. This tour will showcase our oyster reef restoration program, talk history of John Smith’s first journey up the Rappahannock River, see incredible wildlife, and help us protect

Big Fall Cleanup — Friends of the Rappahannock

Event from Friends of the Rappahannock

Fredericksburg, VA, United States

Big Fall Cleanup

Friends of the Rappahannock

Join Friends of the Rappahannock, Fredericksburg Parks and Recreation, and Rappahannock Goodwill for our annual Big Fall Cleanup on Saturday October 12. This multi-site river cleanup runs from 9am to noon at Old Mill. Park. All participants are welcome to stay for a free catered lunch after the cleanup. Food

Fones Cliffs and Historic Wharf Boat Tour — Friends of the Rappahannock

Event from Friends of the Rappahannock

Tappahannock, VA, United States

Fones Cliffs and Historic Wharf Boat Tour

Friends of the Rappahannock

Take a journey back in time and experience the Rappahannock River as Capt. John Smith encountered on his maiden voyage up the River. Capt. Richard Moncure will lead this expedition through a section of the Rappahannock River National Wildlife Refuge and up river to the iconic Fones Cliffs. You will

Fones Cliffs and Historic Wharf Boat Tour — Friends of the Rappahannock

Event from Friends of the Rappahannock

Tappahannock, VA, United States

Fones Cliffs and Historic Wharf Boat Tour

Friends of the Rappahannock

Take a journey back in time and experience the Rappahannock River as Capt. John Smith encountered on his maiden voyage up the River. Capt. Richard Moncure will lead this expedition through a section of the Rappahannock River National Wildlife Refuge and up river to the iconic Fones Cliffs. You will

Carter’s Creek Oyster Reef Restoration Tour — Friends of the Rappahannock

Event from Friends of the Rappahannock

Urbanna, VA, United States

Carter’s Creek Oyster Reef Restoration Tour

Friends of the Rappahannock

Join Friends of the Rappahannock River Steward, Captain Richard Moncure, and make your world a Rappahannock River Oyster as you tour Carter’s Creek. This tour will showcase our oyster reef restoration program, talk history of John Smith’s first journey up the Rappahannock River, see incredible wildlife, and help us protect

Carter’s Creek Oyster Restoration Tour — Friends of the Rappahannock

Event from Friends of the Rappahannock

Urbanna, VA, United States

Carter’s Creek Oyster Restoration Tour

Friends of the Rappahannock

Join Friends of the Rappahannock River Steward, Captain Richard Moncure, and make your world a Rappahannock River Oyster as you tour Carter’s Creek. This tour will showcase our oyster reef restoration program, talk history of John Smith’s first journey up the Rappahannock River, see incredible wildlife, and help us protect

Submit your comment to defend the Endangered Species Act — Endangered Species Coalition

 from Endangered Species Coalition

Washington, , United States

Submit your comment to defend the Endangered Species Act

Endangered Species Coalition

Acting Secretary David Bernhardt has proposed sweeping changes to the Endangered Species Act. If enacted, the USFWS would not be able to protect wildlife from climate change or other threats.

Tell Congress: We Need a Green New Deal! — Chesapeake Climate Action Network

 from Chesapeake Climate Action Network

Takoma Park, MD, United States

Tell Congress: We Need a Green New Deal!

Chesapeake Climate Action Network

We urgently need bold, unprecedented action to tackle the twin crises of climate change & inequality. Our coalition needs 100,000 people like you. Add your name today in support of a Green New Deal!

Tell the Department of the Interior that the killing highly endangered red wolves is unacceptable — Endangered Species Coalition

 from Endangered Species Coalition

Washington, , United States

Tell the Department of the Interior that the killing highly endangered red wolves is unacceptable

Endangered Species Coalition

The Trump Administration recently released their revised plan to manage red wolf recovery. These wolves are among the most endangered animals in the world with as few as 30 remaining in the wild.

Flood me once, shame on you, flood me twice, shame on me…Help Us Save Dogue Creek! — Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States, Inc.

 from Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States, Inc.

Chevy Chase, MD, United States

Flood me once, shame on you, flood me twice, shame on me…Help Us Save Dogue Creek!

Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States, Inc.

On 10/24, the Fairfax County VA Planning Commission will vote on whether to allow development within the Dogue Creek floodplain. If passed, this would increase flood risk and set a terrible precedent!

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