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Project Title: Environmental Education - Wild Oysters

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Grant ID Number:NE - 00T71501-0
EPA Region:EPA R9AAShip:R09 - Region 9
Division/Office:Office of Public AffairsLab/Office:OPA
CFDA:66.951Media:Environmental Education
Grant Program:
Authority:
Recipient Name: The Watershed Project
City:Recipient Type:Not for Profit
State:CACong District:06,07,08
DUNS:010411481
Competition Status:
Award Date:12/15/2011Cum Award:$20,645
Project Start:11/01/2011Project End:12/31/2012
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Environmental Education - Wild Oysters
This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $20,645. The Watershed Project's "Wild! Oysters" program will educate high school students from 3 schools in the Bay Area, people who fish on/off the Richmond shoreline, and the general public in education and stewardship activities that contribute to the restoration of native oyster reefs and eelgrass in the San Francisco Bay's subtidal zone.

Preaward costs are approved back to 11/1/2011.



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RoleNamePhone
Project Officer Sharon Jang 415-947-4252
Grant Specialist Maria Roverso 415-972-3573

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