May 2018

A Blog for and about Funders Focused on Health and the Environment
This natural spring emerges from a white cedar bog in the heart of the Pine Barrens wilderness.
May 9, 2018 by Nathan Boon
How can traditional environmental conservation work be part of a collaborative effort to ensure clean water? Nathan Boon, Program Officer, Watershed Protection, at the William Penn Foundation, tells how grantmaking has helped bring environmental organizations together to successfully protect and restore clean water in the Delaware River watershed. (Photo caption: This natural spring emerges from a white cedar bog in the heart of the Pine Barrens wilderness.)

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Kathryn Gilje
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Kat Gilje is Executive Director of Ceres Trust. Ceres Trust, whose name honors the ancient goddess of agriculture, provides grants that support healthy and resilient farms, forests and communities; and the ecosystems upon which we all depend. Ceres Trust...

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