Grants, Scholarships, Contests & Awards
Send us your opportunities at info@e3washington.org.

The Rose Foundation

The Rose Foundation offers funding for projects in Puget Sound related to Conservation, restoration, citizen science, environmental justice, shoreline access and environmental education. The goal of of the fund is to "mitigate past pollution runoff by supporting community-based efforts to protect or improve the water quality of Puget Sound."
For more information, go to Rose Foundation.

Puget Sound Stewardship and Mitigation Fund
If you have a project that would meet these goals, apply before September 20, 2019 to compete for this opportunity.

Mike Chappell Fund for the Spokane River
The fund cycle for 2019 is getting set up. There is a link to click for updates.

2020 Envirothon - at Brightwater

March 25, 2020

The 2020 Reginal Competition will be held on March 25, 2019, hosted by King Conservation District.

Location: Brightwater Center, Woodinville

The 2020 State competition location and dates are TBD

The special topic for the 2020 Envirothon is: Water Resources Management: Local Control & Local Solutions

The 2020 National Competition will be held July 26-August 1, 2020 at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Whatcom Country: Community Food Co-OP Opportunity

Every year the Co-op Member Affairs Committee and Board of Directors selects 12 community organizations to participate in our SEED program.

SEED program recipients receive 2% of the Co-op's total sales on their designated Community Shopping Day and all register donations made during the month. Organizations also have the opportunity to educate shoppers with in-store displays.


At Outdoor Research, we believe that small steps can lead to big impacts. The We Can Grant celebrates those small steps by awarding $10,000 to a non-profit that improves access to the outdoors within their own community. Tell us how your organization would use the We Can Grant for the chance to be selected as this year’s grantee.

LAND -People working to ensure that public lands remain open and accessible to all.

EXPERIENCE -People working to create a better experience on the lands that we access.

COMMUNITY -People working to introduce (or better include) underserved communities to the outdoors.

If this sounds familiar, and your 501(c)3 non-profit needs a hand with a specific project that will improve outdoor access even more, click the link below to apply.

Applications for EcoTech Grants

The Captain Planet Foundation is accepting applications from schools and nonprofit organizations for its Ecotech Grant program, which supports projects that motivate children through the science, technology, engineering, and math fields while challenging them to re-imagine the way their world can be.

The program was created to combat the notion that students needed to choose between "the screen" or "the green" and to encourage educators and students to explore the role technology can play in designing and implementing solutions to some of our most pressing environmental challenges.

To that end, grants of $2,500 will be awarded to schools or nonprofit organizations for projects that use innovation, nature-based design, and/or technology to address an environmental problem in their communities. Ideal projects should integrate environmental education with opportunities for children to solve real-world problems by using science practices and technology. Projects may replicate a successful model or create a new and innovative approach.

Examples of previous ecoTech™ grant-funded projects have involved the integration of robotics and sensors to explore water bodies, collect data, and organize clean-ups; the development of aquaponic and hydroponic systems using arduinos and remote sensing; renewable energy design challenges; biotechnology research; and nature-based design applications…

To be eligible, applicants must be a school or nonprofit organization based in the United States. Project leaders must be employed at the same school or organization for the duration of the proposed project.

See the Captain Planet website for complete program guidelines, information about last year’s grant recipients, and application instructions.

Fruit Tree Planting Foundation

Applications are accepted at any time.
Fruit trees are provided for schools and communities in need.

Bulk Native Plants for Sale in NW WA- Washington Conservation Districts

Be sure to reserve your plants for 2020 (several species will sell out quickly).  Willows and cottonwood cuttings longer than three feet are also available by request (priced per foot).    When ordering, please remember that we do have a $300.00 minimum and plants are sold in bundled quantities only.  Quantities per bundles are listed in parentheses after the plant description.  If you have questions or would like to place an order, please contact Julie at pmcsales@gmx.com.

Lori McLaughlin
Washington Association of Conservation Districts / Plant Material Center
16564 Bradley Road
Bow, WA  98232