Dodge Welcomes Six New Grantees

January 11, 2012

Before/After. New York – New Jersey Trail Conference maintains 1,800 miles of trails in New Jersey and New York, providing public access to open space.

In our most recent round of grantmaking, Dodge welcomed six new grantees. Here are the details of those grants:


Cooper’s Ferry Partnership

Camden, NJ

For Camden SMART (Stormwater Management And Resource Training) Initiative: Opportunities Analysis & Community Education


New York-New Jersey Trail Conference

Mahwah, NJ

For the New Jersey Community Trails project that supports the stewardship of open space in New Jersey


Land Trust Alliance

Washington, DC

To advance the pace and quality of land conservation in New Jersey




Philadelphia, PA

For a pilot educational outreach program for schools and theaters in New Jersey in association with a new public radio series “Shakespeare Is”


National Wildlife Federation

Montpelier, VT

For the partnership with New Jersey Audubon to establish the Eco-School sustainablity education framework in New Jersey.



Center for Contemporary Art

Bedminster, NJ

For general operating support


For more information about each of these organizations, we encourage you to visit their websites. If you would like to see the list of all grants the Dodge Foundation made in 2011, please visit our website.