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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.

Solar Youth

New Haven, CT

Solar Youth

Solar Youth empowers youth from New Haven’s low-income neighborhoods to achieve lifelong success through programs that connect them to the environment, their communities and each other.

NAMEPA

Southport, CT

NAMEPA

NAMEPA seeks to preserve the marine environment by promoting sustainable marine industry best practices and educating about the need and strategies for protecting global ocean resources.

Mianus River Gorge

Bedford, NY

Mianus River Gorge

Mianus River Gorge works to preserve, protect and promote appreciation of the natural heritage of the Mianus River watershed.

Earthplace

Westport, CT

Earthplace

Earthplace is working to build a passion in its community for nature and the environment through education, experience and action.

Westmoreland Sanctuary

Mount Kisco, NY

Westmoreland Sanctuary

Westmoreland Sanctuary seeks to preserve, enrich and restore land for the free use and enjoyment of the public.

Bridgeport Farmers Market Collaborative

Bridgeport, CT

Bridgeport Farmers Market Collaborative

Bridgeport Farmers Market Collaborative works to increase access to healthy, local fruits and vegetables for all Bridgeport residents.

New Haven/Leon Sister City Project

New Haven, CT

New Haven/Leon Sister City Project

New Haven/Leon Sister City Project is a binational organization promoting social justice, education and sustainable development in the New Haven, Connecticut, and Leon, Nicaragua, communities.

Citizens’ Climate Education

Coronado, CA

Citizens’ Climate Education

Citizens Climate Education Corporation educates the public on climate change and what they can do about it.

Wolf Conservation Center

South Salem, NY

Wolf Conservation Center

The Wolf Conservation Center teaches people about wolves, their relationship to the environment and the human role in protecting their future.

Green Village Intitative

Bridgeport, CT

Green Village Intitative

Green Village Initiative is working to create social, economic and environmental change through a unified network of urban farms, community gardens and school gardens.

GMO Free USA Inc.

Unionville, CT

GMO Free USA Inc.

GMO Free USA harnesses independent science and agro-ecological concepts to advocate for sustainable food and ecological systems.

New Haven Farms

New Haven, CT

New Haven Farms

New Haven Farms promotes health and community development through urban agriculture.

Make an Impact

Migration Bird Walk with Miley Bull — Connecticut Audubon Society

Event from Connecticut Audubon Society

Sherman, CT, United States

Migration Bird Walk with Miley Bull

Connecticut Audubon Society

Spring is prime time bird watching! Join Miley Bull, senior director of science and conservation, on these guided walks through the diverse habitats of Deer Pond Farm to look, listen and learn about our warmer weather visiting birds. He’ll explain migration basics, including the how and why tanagers, warblers, orioles,

Horseshoe Crab Tagging at Connecticut Audubon in Milford — Connecticut Audubon Society

Event from Connecticut Audubon Society

Milford, CT, United States

Horseshoe Crab Tagging at Connecticut Audubon in Milford

Connecticut Audubon Society

Project Limulus is a research and monitoring program studying horseshoe crab ecology in Long Island Sound. Connecticut Audubon’s Coastal Center in Milford is offering a look at this fascinating study, presented by researchers from Sacred Heart University. The program begins with a brief introduction and information session indoors, then heads

Celebrate Connecticut Trails Day at CT Audubon in Fairfield — Connecticut Audubon Society

Event from Connecticut Audubon Society

Fairfield, CT, United States

Celebrate Connecticut Trails Day at CT Audubon in Fairfield

Connecticut Audubon Society

Connecticut Audubon’s Larsen Sanctuary at the Center at Fairfield, 2325 Burr St., is the perfect place to celebrate National Trails Day. Enjoy a free, naturalist-led hike to explore diverse wildlife habitats while observing birds and discussing how to protect them. Easy to moderate terrain. All ages; children must be accompanied

Celebration of the Opening of Deer Pond Farm’s Western Trails — Connecticut Audubon Society

Event from Connecticut Audubon Society

Sherman, CT, United States

Celebration of the Opening of Deer Pond Farm’s Western Trails

Connecticut Audubon Society

Saturday, June 8 All programs are free. Registration required for bird walks & lunch. Event Schedule 8 a.m. Early Morning Bird Walk 9 a.m. Bird banding demonstration 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Education, Exhibits & Activities 10 a.m. Opening Remarks & Welcome 10:30 a.m.

Life in a Tide Pool Program Led by Connecticut Audubon in Fairfield — Connecticut Audubon Society

Event from Connecticut Audubon Society

Fairfield, CT, United States

Life in a Tide Pool Program Led by Connecticut Audubon in Fairfield

Connecticut Audubon Society

Fairfield’s Ash Creek is a perfect spot to learn about the interactions of marine life in tide pools. In this Saturday morning program a Connecticut Audubon teacher naturalist will lead an exploration at low tide to view the isolated pools of seawater that are temporary shelters for stranded creatures and

Horseshoe Crab Tagging at Connecticut Audubon in Milford — Connecticut Audubon Society

Event from Connecticut Audubon Society

Milford, CT, United States

Horseshoe Crab Tagging at Connecticut Audubon in Milford

Connecticut Audubon Society

Project Limulus is a research and monitoring program studying horseshoe crab ecology in Long Island Sound. The Connecticut Audubon Society’s Coastal Center in Milford is offering a look at this fascinating study, presented by Project Limulus researchers from Sacred Heart University. The program begins with a brief introduction and information

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