2000 Grant Recipients
The Earth Girls Rochester,
NY to help this 4-H
club conduct an environmental art contest for boaters; stencil storm
drains near marinas; participate in an Environmental Fair; and conduct
a coastal cleanup with boaters along Lake Ontario.
East Lincoln Betterment Association
Denver, NC to install recycling centers for use by boaters
and fishermen at boat launching sites on Lake Norman.
Estero Bay Buddies Ft. Myers
Beach, FL to purchase 1,000 litter bags that will be distributed
to boaters as part of the organizations "Monofilament
Golden Triangle Water Safety
Council Columbus, MS to purchase 5,000 brightly colored
trash bags with environmental messages to hand out to boaters.
Great Lakes Historical Society
Vermilion, OH to develop a marker buoy system near shipwrecks
in Lake Erie to help boaters avoid anchoring on historically significant
Lake Powell Yacht Club Lake
Powell, AZ to produce laminated maps and decals with environmental
messages for installation at launch ramps, docks, and marinas on
Partnership Farnham, VA to conduct a cleanup to remove
debris from Lancaster and Morratico creeks.
Philadelphia Wooden Boat Factory
Philadelphia, PA to work with inner-city youth to design
and print 500 color posters with environmental messages that will
be distributed at marinas, boating supply stores and public boating
Museum Reedville, VA to conduct a workshop that teaches
participants how to build oyster floats, seed them with oysters
and maintain them to grow oyster beds in the lower Chesapeake Bay.
Waukegan Citizens Advisory
Group Waukegan, IL to obtain 150 oil, trash, and "Save
the Great Lakes" pollution decals to hand out to boaters.