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2020 Grant Recipients

In 2019 the Wright-Ingraham Institute was pleased to award grants to a number of organizations who demonstrated a profound desire to promote conservation, preservation and continued wise-use of human and natural resources. These include…

2019 Grant Recipients

In 2019 the Wright-Ingraham Institute was pleased to award grants to a number of organizations who demonstrated a profound desire to promote conservation, preservation and continued wise-use of human and natural resources. These include…

2018 Grant Recipients

In 2018 the Wright-Ingraham Institute was pleased to award grants to a number of organizations who demonstrated a profound desire to promote conservation, preservation and continued wise-use of human and natural resources. These include…

2017 Grant Recipients

In 2017, the Wright-Ingraham Institute was pleased to award grants to a number of organizations who demonstrated a profound desire to promote conservation, preservation and continued wise-use of human and natural resources. These include…

2016 Grant Recipients

In 2016, the Wright-Ingraham Institute was pleased to award grants to a number of organizations that demonstrated a profound desire to promote conservation, preservation and continued wise-use of human and natural resources. These include…

2015 Grant Recipients

In 2015, the Wright-Ingraham Institute was pleased to award grants to a number of organizations that demonstrated a profound desire to promote conservation, preservation and continued wise-use of human and natural resources. These include…

2014 Grant Recipients

In 2014, the Wright-Ingraham Institute was pleased to award the Elizabeth W. Ingraham Grant to Theo Colburn and The Endocrine Disruption Exchange for their work in compiling and disseminating scientific evidence regarding low-level exposure to chemicals that interfere with…

2013 Grant Recipients

In 2013, the Wright-Ingraham Institute awarded the Richard T. Parker Grant to The Land Institute of Kansas for their research in promoting an alternative to current destructive agricultural practices. Their work is dedicated to advancing perennial grain crops and polyculture…

2012 Grant Recipients

In 2012, the Wright-Ingraham Institute was pleased to award grants to a number of organizations that demonstrated a profound desire to promote conservation, preservation and continued wise-use of human and natural resources. These included…

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