Acknowledgements

Anacostia Riverkeeper and Anacostia Watershed Society would like to thank the following organizations for helping to fund this report card:

The Chesapeake Bay Trust is an independent, nonprofit grant-making organization chartered in 1985 by the Maryland General Assembly to engage the public in the protection and restoration of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributary rivers and streams.

 


The Campbell Foundation's mission in the Chesapeake Bay Region is to improve water quality and ecological balance in the Bay and its rivers by promoting the implementation and enforcement of adequate policies, leveraging the power of markets to advance sustainable economies and supporting innovative leadership and advocacy.

 


The Palmer Foundation is committed to helping youth through critical transitions, protecting the environment and fostering public health.
 



The Summit Fund of Washington is committed to increasing the health, vitality and sustainability of our community through preventing teen pregnancy in the 
District of Columbia and restoring and protecting the Anacostia River.



Click here to download a printable version of the 2010 State of the Anacostia River.

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