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Grants List


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Tides Canada Foundation

Taku Watershed Conservation – Salmon Habitat Protection

TWA will work with the Taku River Tlingit First Nation to build community support for ratifying a long-term conservation vision that will help secure the watershed’s valuable salmon resources. Additionally, TWA will conduct education and outreach to government officials and other important stakeholders in order to build support for protecting the Taku watershed from threats posed by the Tulsequah Chief mine and the associated road project. There are two primary outcomes for this project: 1) the Tulsequah Chief mine and associated road are mitigated to maintain salmon ecosystem integrity; and 2) a comprehensive Land Use plan for the Taku River Watershed is ratified.

Title: Taku Watershed Conservation – Salmon Habitat Protection
Date Awarded: Nov 2006
Amount: $469,227
Term: 36 months
Grant ID: GBMF656.01
Funding Area: Environmental Conservation, Wild Salmon Ecosystems Initiative
Organization Name: Tides Canada Foundation

Other grants to Tides Canada Foundation (34)

Pacific Salmon Watersheds Fund $10,000,000 Nov 2015
Skeena Headwaters Protection $2,181,462 Nov 2013
Taku Tlatsini Conservation Fund $2,433,501 Feb 2011
Aquaculture Innovation $477,179 Oct 2009
Sustainability Plan $162,785 Jun 2009
Skeena Harvest Reform $595,228 Aug 2007
Rainforest Solutions Project $400,481 Dec 2004
All Grants