Grants Awarded: 2008
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 2008 these grants totaled $1,170,367.00 with an equivalent non-Federal match.

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

block Above the Bay Exhibition, Educational Programming and Web-based Components

Gateway: Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
Amount: $34,490.00

block Baldcypress Nature Center Phase II Revitalization

Gateway: Trap Pond State Park
Amount: $93,000.00

block Baltimore's Greenway to the Chesapeake Bay

Gateway: Gwynns Falls Trail and Greenway
Amount: $21,894.00

block Before the Lees: 17th Century Environmental and Cultural History at Stratford Hall

Gateway: Stratford Hall Plantation
Amount: $21,550.00

block Beyond Jamestown: Life 400 Years Ago

Gateway: Havre de Grace Maritime Museum
Amount: $81,785.00

block Captain John Smith’s Explorer’s Camp

Gateway: Mason Neck State Park
Amount: $12,800.00

block Chesapeake Bay Watershed Interpretation at the Frederick Visitor Center

Gateway: Monocacy River Water Trail
Amount: $75,000.00

block Chesapeake Futures

Gateway: Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
Amount: $50,178.00

block Ferry Point Trail

Gateway: Chesapeake Exploration Center
Amount: $45,000.00

block From this Spot You Can See Over 400 Years of History

Gateway: Annapolis Maritime Museum
Amount: $18,600.00

block Give the Chesapeake a Chance

Gateway: The Mariners' Museum
Amount: $15,000.00

block Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Interpretive Plan

Gateway: Sailwinds Visitor Center
Amount: $30,000.00

block Improving Existing Trailheads through Orientation & Interpretive Signage Development

Gateway: Elk Neck State Park
Amount: $27,873.00

block James River Water Trail Stewardship Planning and Educational Outreach

Gateway: James River Water Trail - Lower
Amount: $29,750.00

block John Smith Trail Expeditions & John Smith's Shallop, Making the Gateways Connection

Gateway: Schooner Sultana
Amount: $38,998.00

block Knocks Folly Interpretive Center

Gateway: Turner's Creek Park & Sassafras Natural Resource Management Area
Amount: $26,000.00

block Little Blackwater River Boardwalk and Observation Deck

Gateway: Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge
Amount: $17,000.00

block Nanticoke River Water Trail Phase I Development

Gateway: Nanticoke River Water Trail
Amount: $44,000.00

block Native American Interpretive Brochure

Gateway: Piscataway Park
Amount: $20,000.00

block Nature & Heritage of the Pocomoke River

Gateway: Sturgis Memorial Gateway at Snow Hill
Amount: $22,000.00

block Oysters on the Half Shell

Gateway: Annapolis Maritime Museum
Amount: $75,000.00

block Piney Point Lighthouse, Museum and Historic Park Enhancement

Gateway: Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Park
Amount: $43,500.00

block Rappahannock River Water Trail Management Plan and Citizen Stewardship Initiatives

Gateway: Rappahannock River Water Trail
Amount: $99,979.00

block Star-Spangled Banner Water Trail Interpretation, Access and Stewardship Plan

Gateway: Star-Spangled Banner Trail
Amount: $100,000.00

block The Education and Discovery Center Project

Gateway: Mount Harmon Plantation
Amount: $58,600.00

block The Tangier Oral History Project

Gateway: Tangier History Museum and Interpretive Cultural Center
Amount: $22,500.00

block Upper Susquehanna River Basin Water Trail Enhancements

Gateway: Chemung Basin River Trail
Amount: $31,370.00

block Ward Museum Nature Trail & Living Classroom Augmentation

Gateway: Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art
Amount: $14,500.00


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