2005 Grant Recipients
Bay User's Group of
Sun City Center, FL, to produce educational panels for four informational
kiosks on topics like clean boating practices, reducing the spread of
invasive species, and the location of seagrass and manatee protection
for the Great Salt Pond of Block Island, RI, to print colorable placemats
about the ecosystem and local boating-related regulations.
Boating Center of New Bedford, MA, to buy supplies for students to
create posters on aquatic nuisance species to hang at community boating
centers and to share with other concerned boaters and organizations in
Association of Lakeville, NY, to update and print 10,000 copies of
its "Welcome to Lake Conesus" brochure to include information about cleaner
boating practices and aquatic nuisance species.
the Gile Flowage of Pence, WI, to support the cost of building one
informational kiosk, producing boater resource kits and conducting a boater
the Cobbossee Watershed of Augusta, ME, to construct a boat wash station
at Pleasant Pond to help prevent the spread of variable milfoil leaf.
the Green River Reservoir of Hyde Park, VT, to print and post a 3X3'
aluminum sign on aquatic nuisance species which will be developed by a
design student from a local technical school.
Boat Owners Association of Henderson, NV, to print 20,000 color flyers
to help boaters identify and prevent the spread of zebra mussels.
Angler Association, of Devilís Lake, NV, to purchase two portable
power washers and retrofit a stall at a local carwash to wash boats to
help prevent an infection of aquatic nuisance species in Devil's Lake.
Protective Association of Sunapee, NH, to build a boat wash station
and print brochures, signs and info cards to help prevent the further
spread of variable water milfoil on Lake Sunapee.
Save Lake Tahoe of South Lake Tahoe, CA, to design and erect 15 signs
on protecting Lake Tahoe from Eurasian water milfoil and curlyleaf pondweed.
Lakes Association of Brainerd, MN, to print 6,000 info cards on zebra
mussels to distribute in the five-county Central Lakes area.
Foundation of Cleveland, OH, to develop and distribute 3,500 flyers
on ANS of the Ohio River and to develop two web pages on the topic.
Sea Grant of Chester, PA, to develop and print 8,000 zebra/quagga
mussel watch cards, 8,000 snakehead watch cards, and 400 boat washing
Alliance of Seattle, WA, to develop and print 2,000 copies of a new
guide for do-it-yourself boaters in boat yards.
Coalition of Lake Associations of Faribault, MN, to produce eight
metal waterproof signs about preventing the spread of aquatic nuisance
species in Rice County.
River, Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper of Potsdam, NY, to print student-designed
posters about aquatic nuisance species, and purchase ID cards on aquatic
and Shoots of Cottonwood, CA, to build two displays on aquatic nuisance
species and three monofilament line recycling bins along the Sacramento
Coast Guard Auxiliary 5-4-45 of Easton, MD, to develop and print three
new brochures and bookmarks on clean boating topics.
Coast Guard Auxiliary 07-08-81-87,89 of Bradenton, FL, to develop
and print 1,600 laminated full-color cards with pictures and descriptions
of aquatic nuisance species affecting Tampa Bay.
States Coast Guard Auxiliary 8WR-01-06 of Loveland, CO, to print 12,000
copies of a three-panel color brochure called "Itís Your Water" which
focuses on water quality issues that boaters can address, including aquatic
nuisance species, litter and oil pollution.