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Grants Awarded: 2007

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 2007 these grants totaled $522,205.00 with an equivalent non-Federal match.

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

block Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail Signage

Gateway: Sailwinds Visitor Center
Amount: $7,000.00

block Chesapeake Bay Watershed Interpretation at the Frederick Visitor Center

Gateways: Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park, Monocacy River Water Trail
Amount: $64,062.00

block Chesapeake Gateways Volunteer Interpreter Training Project

Gateway: Adkins Arboretum
Amount: $22,852.00

block Enhancing Public Understanding of Environmentally Friendly Building Components

Gateway: Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center
Amount: $25,068.00

block Interpreting the Maryland Marsh Aviary

Gateway: Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
Amount: $14,986.00

block Juniata River Water Trail Phase II Orientation and Interpretation

Gateway: Juniata River Water Trail
Amount: $51,000.00

block Living Green in the Watershed

Gateway: Virginia Living Museum
Amount: $150,000.00

block Mt. Landing Creek Interpretive Water Trail

Gateway: Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge
Amount: $6,000.00

block Reading the Signs-Changes to the Chesapeake Bay since its Exploration by Captain John Smith

Gateway: Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum
Amount: $30,000.00

block Revitalization of the Baldcypress Nature Center

Gateway: Trap Pond State Park
Amount: $25,000.00

block Susquehanna River Water Trail – West Branch Stewardship and Conservation Plan

Gateway: Susquehanna River Water Trail - West Branch
Amount: $18,317.00

block Susquehanna River Water Trail Signage Implementation – Phase II

Gateway: Susquehanna River Water Trail - West Branch
Amount: $56,200.00

block Virginia State Parks in America's First Region: Recreation and Stewardship along the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail

Gateways: Chippokes Plantation State Park, First Landing State Park, Kiptopeke State Park, York River State Park
Amount: $51,720.00


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