Emphasizing the importance of good developmental practices for children and youth
Environmental and agricultural education programs that promote a deeper connection with, or a strong sense of stewardship for, the land and nature
Academic or personal enrichment programs that open doors of opportunity for participants through education or experience
- Applications for the next funding cycle are being accepted December 14, 2015 through January 29, 2016.
The Watershed Project is a nonprofit committed to inspiring Bay Area youth to understand, appreciate, and protect local watersheds. Above: Students at Point Pinole Regional Shoreline taking water quality measurements with a tool called a refractometer.
Organizations that serve disadvantaged children and youth in San Francisco, Marin, and Napa counties in the areas of academic and personal enrichment, and environmental and agricultural education.