2003 Grant Recipients
Foundation of Morro Bay of Morro Bay, CA, was awarded $1391
to install 13 signs showing the location of pump-outs and where
to purchase and recycle oil absorbent pads on the Morro Bay waterfront
and in Morro Bay State Park.
Audubon Society, Inc. of Miami, FL, was awarded $1600 to
purchase 32 monofilament line recycling bins and 32 volunteer “tool
for Conservation of Burlington, IA, was awarded $2000 to
print 1,375 decals for boat windshields reminding boaters to bring
their trash home with them.
for Everyone of Everglades City, FL, was awarded $1685
to develop, print, and mail 5,000 “Code of Ethics for Boaters
and Fishermen in the Everglades” brochures.
Harbor Association of Boston, MA, was awarded $2000 to
develop and print 1,500 brochures directed at boaters on ways to
protect water quality in Boston Harbor.
Scout Ship 1797, BSA of Winthrop, MA, was awarded $1500
to build a clean water and boating safety mobile educational trailer
for use at public events.
Mary’s River Project of St. Mary’s City, MD,
was awarded $1922 to develop and print 100 educational signs that
educate boaters about local environmental issues.
Joseph Power Squadron of St. Joseph, MI, was awarded $1363
to print 12 signs, 11 counter signs and run two ads reminding boaters
to keep their waterways clean.
Ocean Society for Marine Conservation of Portsmouth, NH,
was awarded $1232 to print brochures and eight signs for the “Boater
for a Living Ocean of North Beach Haven, NJ, was awarded
$700 to produce 50 signs reminding boaters to stay 100 feet from
Mead Boat Owners Association of Las Vegas, NV,
was awarded $1188 to print 10,000 flyers and 10,000 business cards
to educate boaters about preventing the westward spread of zebra
Riverkeeper of Portland, OR, was awarded $1800 to design
and print 4,000 “River Friendly Boating Guides to the Willamette
Metonga Association, Inc. of Crandon, WI,
was awarded $1796 to erect two educational bulletin boards and purchase
two power washers to help prevent the spread of aquatic nuisance