Horizon Foundation
Grants Made in December 2002

The Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts, Inc. Mark H. Robinson, Executive Director Barnstable, Massachusetts
One year grant of $25,000 to support the hiring of a Land Stewardship Coordinator, whose time will be split between the Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts, Orenda Wildlife Land Trust, and Barnstable Land Trust.
Essex County Greenbelt Ed Becker,
Executive Director
Essex, Massachusetts
One year grant of $10,000 to fund the updating and reprinting of the Greenbelt’s Essex County Open Space Maps.
Friends of Midcoast Maine Margaret L. Murphy, Executive Director Lincoln, Maine
One year grant of $20,000 to help Friends of Midcoast Maine expand their Smart Growth Initiative from Waldo and Knox Counties into Lincoln County.
Essex County Community Foundation David Tory,
President
Topsfield, Massachusetts
Completed fourth year grant of $25,000 to support the Environmental Stewardship Initiative.
Ipswich River Watershed Association Kerry Mackin,
Executive Director
Ipswich, Massachusetts
One year grant of $20,000 to support Living Waters, a large-scale campaign to educate citizens to improve environmental stewardship though watershed communities.
Maine Coast Heritage Trust Jay Espy,
President
York, Maine
One year grant of $10,000 to support MCHT’s capacity building efforts with the York Land Trust through their Mt. Agamenticus to the Sea Conservation Initiative. This campaign aims to protect roughly 35,000 acres in Maine’s southernmost corner.
The Nature Conservancy
Massachusetts Chapter
Dr. Kathryn Matthew, Director of Marketing & Philanthropy Barnstable, Massachusetts
One year grant of $15,000 to support Facilitating Smart Growth in Barnstable County though Partnerships, a project to purchase, protect, and manage the land adjacent to the already protected areas of the Great Marsh / Sandy Neck.
Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association George S. Hawkins, Executive Director Mercer, New Jersey
One year grant of $35,000 to support the Smart Growth Implementation Project. More specifically, the funds will help cover the cost of hiring a Watershed Recorder to transform SBMWA’s experience into model documents, procedures, and training tools.
The Trustees of Reservations Andrew W. Kendall, Executive Director Essex, Massachusetts
One year grant of $25,000 to support land stewardship programming at the Trustee’s new Conservation Institute in Leominster, Massachusetts.