Grants Awarded: 2006
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 2006 these grants totaled $880,485.00 with an equivalent non-Federal match.

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block African Americans and Shipbuilding Traditions on the Chesapeake Bay

Gateway: Fredrick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park
Amount: $110,000.00

block Captain John Smith’s Adventures on the James River

Gateway: James River Water Trail - Lower
Amount: $34,944.00

block Children's Interactive Exhibits

Gateway: Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
Amount: $25,300.00

block First Grade Education Project Partnership

Gateway: Watermen's Museum
Amount: $10,500.00

block Gateway to Agriculture: Farm to Bay

Gateway: Pickering Creek Audubon Center
Amount: $18,615.00

block Hidden Treasure of the Chesapeake: Paleontology Gallery Upgrade at CMM

Gateway: Calvert Marine Museum
Amount: $90,450.00

block Interpretive Planning Program for Adkins Arboretum

Gateway: Adkins Arboretum
Amount: $32,450.00

block Introducing Bay Stories and Accessing Gateways through the Baltimore Visitor Center

Gateway: Baltimore Visitor Center
Amount: $110,000.00

block Of Land and Water, Interpretive Exhibits

Gateway: Sailwinds Visitor Center
Amount: $65,864.00

block Patuxent Encounters: The Patuxent Indians and Capt. John Smith

Gateway: Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum
Amount: $110,000.00

block Patuxent Gateways Partnership, The John Smith 400 Project

Gateway: Calvert Marine Museum
Amount: $10,500.00

block Urban Gateway for Avian Migration

Gateway: Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine
Amount: $46,420.00

block Waterman’s Observation Deck

Gateway: Dogwood Harbor at Tilghman Island
Amount: $110,000.00

block Wild and Wet In the Watershed: Lakeside Learning

Gateway: Virginia Living Museum
Amount: $105,442.00

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