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Friday, September 26, 2003
Green Action Summit for Small Enviro. Orgs — A mini-conference focused  
on organizational development and capacity-building for environmental  
activists and groups. Workshops and panel discussions will include:  
"Using the Web for Fundraising & Grassroots Organizing," "Consumer  
Campaigns & Boycotts as a Strategy for Change," "Trends in  
Environmental Grantmaking," "Speaking to the Media," "Developing an  
Advisory Board," "Cross-issue Collaborations," "Youth Leadership,"  
"Message Development for PR & Fundraising," and "So Now You're a  
Manager Too..." Don't miss this opportunity to learn from and network  
with other environmental educators and activists! Location: Shattuck  
Plaza Hotel, 2086 Allston Way, Berkeley. Time: 9am - 5pm. Cost: $25-75,  
sliding scale. Info:  

Tuesday, September 30, 2003
App. Deadline .:. Captain Planet Foundation Grants — The mission of the  
Captain Planet Foundation is to fund and support hands-on, innovative  
programs that empower children and youth (ages 6 - 18) around the world  
to work individually and collectively to solve environmental problems  
in their neighborhoods and communities. Eligible projects must: Promote  
understanding of environmental issues; Promote interaction and  
cooperation within the proposing group; Help young people develop  
planning and problem solving skills; Include adult supervision; Commit  
to follow-up communication with the Foundation. The foundation  
specifically funds nonprofit organizations, with grants ranging from  
$250 to $2,500. Info: .

Tuesday, September 30, 2003
App. Deadline .:. No. Cal. Environmental Grassroots Fund Grants — The  
Fund's goal is to award small grants ($5000 or less) to small  
organizations (with budgets of $100,000 of less) that are currently  
underserved by most funding strategies. Info: 510/658-0702,  
grassroots at , .

Wednesday, October 1, 2003
App. Deadline .:. California Documentary Project Grant — The project  
supports documentary work (film, video, radio, and photography) that  
records and reveals contemporary CA life much the same way that artists  
such as Dorothea Lange and John Steinbeck documented the Dust Bowl  
area. Grants of up to $20,000 are available through the program. Info: .
[how about some documentaries of how people are restoring creeks, 
Salmon, daylighting, etc, which could then be used as outreach tools
for years to come]

Tuesday, September 30, 2003
App. Deadline .:. Waste Diversion and Environmental Justice Grants —  
Visit website for details. Info: 415/355-3757, .

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