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CURRENT GRANTS (Page of 3)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
University of Southern California 1998 Non-Point Sources of Water Pollution: The Nexus Between Science, Policy and Small Business Sheldon Kamieniecki $8000
Occidental College 2001 One of the Greatest Parks in the World: Ecological History of the Arroyo Seco, Pasadena. Elizabeth Braker $10000
California State Polytechnic University 2001 Open Space and Community Sustainability in the East San Gabriel Valley. Lisa Nelson $47663
University of California, Santa Cruz 2015 Southern California's Adjudicated Groundwater Basins: History, Current Condition, Potential Reforms Ruth Langridge $84961
University of California, Los Angeles 2007 The California Environmental Quality Act: How Current Decisions Interpreting CEQA's Requirements Affect Local Government Decisionmaking," Sean Hecht $22800
Claremont McKenna College 2014 The Governance of Water Pollution, Dischargers in Los Angeles: Evaluating the Effectiveness of a New Enforcement Strategy Mary Evans $110886
University of California, Riverside 2007 The Hope of New Urbanism: Energy Conservation and Sustainability through Urban Design Juliann Allison $154452
University of Southern California 2000 Toward a Sustainable Los Angeles: "A Nature Services" Approach Stephanie S. Pincetl $331346
Pomona College 2002 Transforming the River, Revitalizing the City: Organizing for Park Land at Taylor Yard, 1985-2001 Andrew Roth $10000
Scripps College 2002 Understanding Agricultural Response To Water Scarcity for Sustainable Water Management in Southern California Georgina Moreno $32109
 
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