Arthur B. Schultz Foundation
The foundation is dedicated to improving life on earth through support of wildlands conservation, disabled recreation and mobility, international microenterprise, and global understanding.
Primarily, the "Yellowstone to Yukon" region in the Northern Rockies. The three major core ecosystems are the Greater Yellowstone of northwest Wyoming, southwest Montana, and eastern Idaho; the Salmon-Selway of central Idaho; and the Northern Continental Divide of northwest Montana. Secondary consideration may occasionally be given to the Sierra Nevada and Great Basin ecoregions of the western U.S.
Types of Support
Grant Size$10000 to $100000
Requirements & Limitations
The foundation funds only charitable, nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations, as determined by Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The foundation no longer funds individuals.
Applicants should submit a brief letter of inquiry. Letters may be submitted by mail, e-mail or fax, but e-mail is preferred. Successful applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal. Grant guidelines are located here.
Letters of inquiry are accepted at any time.
Grant 1Grantee: Idaho Conservation League-Boulder-Whiteclouds Proposed Wilderness
Purpose: Idaho Conservation League (ICL) works to protect and restore the water, wildlands, and wildlife of Idaho through citizen action, public education, and professional advocacy. ABSF funding supports several elements of ICL
Grant 2Grantee: Greater Yellowstone Coalition-Bozeman, Upper Snake River headwaters project, Wyoming
The primary goal of the Campaign for the Upper Snake Headwaters (CFSH) is to permanently protect the best remaining free-flowing rivers and native trout fisheries in Wyoming