Conservation Capital Funds Map 2014
To be successful, the land conservation movement needs tools
and strategies in order to protect critical open spaces. OSI's research
brings practical solutions to the land use challenges facing
practitioners, funders and policy-makers. In 2014 OSI made 11 grants through its Resilient Landscapes Catalyst Fund.
OSI provided $700,800 in 8 grants totalling 1,283 acres, valued at close to $5,300,000 in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
OSI made an a $14,300 Community Forest Fund Support Grant to the Androscoggin Land Trust for "Engaging Communities in Creating and Managing the Androscoggin Greenway Community Forest in Maine."
OSI made grants totalling $381,500 to four land trusts for projects totalling 1,769 acres valued at $3,790,575.
OSI made a $53,000 grant to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division to protect the Pigeon
Mountain Southern Timber tract of 343 acres. The project was valued at $530,000.
OSI in 2014 made three grants totalling $220,000 to protect 1,290 acres.
New England Foresty Foundation recieved a $100,000 grant to protect 748 acres valued at $617,900 for the Western Massachusetts Aggregation project.