Grants Awarded: 2005
Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network

The National Park Service provides matching grants to Chesapeake Bay Gateways for high-quality interpretation, access, or conservation and restoration projects. These grants help enhance the public's ability to learn and enjoy the Bay's stories and significance, explore its natural and cultural resources, and become involved in Bay stewardship. Through these projects and other Gateways Network efforts more and more people recognize the Chesapeake as a true national treasure.

In 2005 these grants totaled $1,585,721.00 with an equivalent non-Federal match.

Choose Grant Year: 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

block Adkins Arboretum - An Ecological and Interpretive Gateway

Gateway: Adkins Arboretum
Amount: $120,000.00

block Annapolis Visitors Center Gateways Displays

Gateway: Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Visitor Information Center
Amount: $12,504.00

block Backyard to the Bay

Gateway: Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park
Amount: $56,160.00

block Calvert Marine Museum Discovery Room Enhancement

Gateway: Calvert Marine Museum
Amount: $9,500.00

block Chesapeake Bay Gateways Regional Contact Center

Gateway: Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park
Amount: $150,000.00

block Eastern Neck Island Water Trail

Gateway: Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge
Amount: $30,352.00

block Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge Interpretive Trail

Gateway: Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge
Amount: $53,412.00

block Enhancing Access and Interpretation of the Captain Salem Avery House Waterfront

Gateway: Captain Salem Avery House
Amount: $23,110.00

block Great Bridge Lock Park Interpretive Master Plan and Orientation Kiosks

Gateway: Great Bridge Lock Park
Amount: $23,400.00

block Gwynns Falls Trail Interpretation and Stewardship Development

Gateway: Gwynns Falls Trail and Greenway
Amount: $112,000.00

block Improving Access to and Preserving Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse

Gateway: Annapolis Maritime Museum
Amount: $72,385.00

block Interpreting Waterside Resources

Gateway: Watermen's Museum
Amount: $49,698.00

block Juniata River Water Trail Orientation, Interpretation and Mapping

Gateway: Juniata River Water Trail
Amount: $74,300.00

block Lawrence Lewis Jr. Park Interpretive Waysides

Gateway: Lawrence Lewis, Jr. Park
Amount: $10,970.00

block Pickering Creek Gateway to Science, Grades 6-8

Gateway: Pickering Creek Audubon Center
Amount: $51,016.00

block Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Park Enhancement

Gateway: Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Park
Amount: $100,000.00

block Reinterpreting the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse as a Gateway Beacon to the Bay

Gateway: Lightship Chesapeake & Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse
Amount: $107,000.00

block St. Clement's Island Interpretive Signage

Gateway: St. Clement's Island - Potomac River Museum
Amount: $20,000.00

block Sultana and the Colonial Chesapeake

Gateway: Schooner Sultana
Amount: $15,100.00

block Survivor: Jamestown

Gateway: Virginia Living Museum
Amount: $121,053.00

block The Herring Highway

Gateway: Rock Creek Park
Amount: $20,000.00

block The Landscape of the Voyages of John Smith and the Chesapeake of the Early 17th Century

Gateways: Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, Historic St. Mary's City
Amount: $111,987.00

block The Old New World: Creating a Chesapeake Indian Village

Gateway: First Landing State Park
Amount: $27,500.00

block Tyndall's Point - The Original Homeland Security

Gateway: Gloucester Point Beach Park
Amount: $20,898.00

block Underground Railroad Interpretive Project Phase Two and Visitor Center Complex Interpretive Plan

Gateways: Sailwinds Visitor Center, Underground Railroad Scenic Byway
Amount: $37,450.00

block USS Constellation Orientation Video

Gateway: USS Constellation Museum
Amount: $25,101.00

block Water Trail Stewardship, Interpretation, Access & "Gateways as Classrooms" Improvements

Gateway: Rappahannock River Water Trail
Amount: $130,825.00

Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network - Comments or Questions: Call: 1-800-YOUR-BAY