Addressing racial wealth gaps

Our Commitment

The Nature Conservancy

9 grants from 1985-2007
Minneapolis
MN

Grants Received

$350,000
in
2007
Term
25 months

Minneapolis, MN — To integrate Minnesota and North and South Dakota into a tri-state chapter of the Nature Conservancy

$200,000
in
2005
Term
25 months

Minneapolis, MN — To sustain momentum at Glacial Ridge National Wildlife Refuge near Crookston, Minnesota

$750,000
in
2001
Term
38 months

Minneapolis, MN — For land acquisition, land restoration, and community-based conservation of the Glacial Ridge project in western Minnesota

$200,000
in
2000
Term
12 months

Minneapolis, MN — To support the acquisition of the Black Dog Nature Preserve

$250,000
in
1998
Term
26 months

Minneapolis, MN — Toward a capital campaign to purchase the Davis Ranch in North Dakota

$200,000
in
1998
Term
6 months

Minneapolis, MN — To help purchase the Weaver Dunes-Dubray Tract

$102,820
in
1993
Term
47 months

Minneapolis, MN — To support the Northern Tallgrass Prairie Project of the Minnesota and Dakotas chapters

$200,000
in
1988
Term
12 months

Minneapolis, MN — to support its project to preserve the piping plover in North Dakota

$200,000
in
1985
Term
24 months

Minneapolis, MN — To support its Lac Qui Parle Prairie Wetlands Project