MIDDLETOWN, CT -- The Rockfall Foundation is currently seeking nominations for the 2020 Environmental Champion Awards. Nominations are being accepted from now until July 29.
MIDDLETOWN, CT -- The Rockfall Foundation has selected Emma Iovene of The Morgan School in Clinton as recipient of the 2020 Virginia R. Rollefson Environmental Leadership Scholarship.
MIDDLEFIELD, CT -- Middlefield’s Independent Day School, recipients of the Rockfall Foundation’s Fostering Future Environmental Stewards grant, will be operating a summer camp they’ve named the Love Your Earth Summer Program. The program will run for two weeks during the summer for 24 kids in grades two through four from Middlefield, Durham and Middletown.
Old Saybrook , CT -- Old Saybrook science teachers Karen Carlone and Mary Looney were each awarded a grant from the Rockfall Foundation, a Connecticut non-profit organization with the mission of promoting and supporting environmental education and conversation in the Lower Connecticut River Valley.
MIDDLETOWN, CT -- The Rockfall Foundation has awarded $50,000 for environmental projects and programs, the largest grant award since inception of the Foundation’s grants program.
MIDDLETOWN, CT -- The Rockfall Foundation and Connecticut Sea Grant will present “The Birds and The Bees – What Your Mother Didn’t Tell You” on March 26 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
MIDDLETOWN, CT -- Applications are now being accepted for the Virginia R. Rollefson Environmental Leadership Scholarship, a $1,000 award to recognize leadership and initiative by a high school junior or senior residing in the lower Connecticut River Valley. The application deadline is March 12, 2010.
ESSEX, CT -- The Rockfall Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2019 Environmental Champion Awards, to be presented at the foundation’s Annual Meeting, Grants & Awards Celebration on Thursday, Oct. 3 at 6 p.m. Essex Land Trust (ELT) and Pat Young will receive Tom ODell Distinguished Service Awards, honoring their long-term accomplishments in environmental conservation and preservation.
Awardees from Essex, Durham, Cheshire and Marlborough to be Honored on October 3
MIDDLETOWN, CT -- The Rockfall Foundation is seeking nominations for the 2019 Environmental Champion Awards through July 22. The awards recognize individuals, groups, organizations, and businesses for environmental efforts that contribute to the quality of life in the Lower Connecticut River Valley, according to a press release. Areas recognized include preservation, conservation, ecosystem restoration, and environmental and sustainability education.
MIDDLETOWN, CT -- The Rockfall Foundation is currently seeking nominations for the 2019 Environmental Champion Awards. Nominations are being accepted from now until July 22, 2019.
MIDDLETOWN, CT -- Continuing its philanthropic tradition, The Rockfall Foundation has awarded $33,750 in grant money to ten non-profit organizations, municipalities, and schools in the Lower Connecticut River Valley.
MIDDLETOWN — The Board of Directors of The Rockfall Foundation will be giving environmental awards to four area organizations and individuals next month. Each will be recognized at the annual meeting, grants, and awards celebration November 1 at 6 p.m. The event, open to the public, will take place at the deKoven House Community Center, 27 Washington St., Middletown.
MIDDLETOWN, CT -- The Board of Directors of the Rockfall Foundation, a nonprofit organization that promotes and supports environmental education and conservation in the Lower Connecticut River Valley, is pleased to announce the appointment of Erik Assadourian as Development Director.
MIDDLETOWN, CT -- The Board of Directors of the Rockfall Foundation, a nonprofit organization that promotes and supports environmental education and conservation in the Lower Connecticut River Valley, is pleased to announce the appointment of Tony Marino as Executive Director.
LOWER CT RIVER VALLEY – The Rockfall Foundation will host an information session for its 2018 grant cycle on Wednesday, September 13 at 5 pm at the deKoven House Community Center, 27 Washington Street, Middletown. Applications are due by November 9.
MIDDLETOWN, CT -- The Rockfall Foundation has recently begun a multiyear renovation effort to preserve its 1790s deKoven House headquarters and potentially open up even more available office space for environmentally-focused nonprofit organizations. Rockfall recently received a $10,700 grant from the 1772 Foundation and Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation that, with a required match from the organization, will pay for masonry work, painting and other exterior repairs.
MIDDLETOWN, CT -– The Rockfall Foundation recently announced the launch of a special campaign to commemorate 45 years of environmental grant making and support programs for students in the Lower Connecticut River Valley. The Fostering Future Stewards campaign will fund environmental education for kindergarten through 8th grade students with multi-year grants to schools for school-time, after school or summer programs.
The Rockfall Foundation will present its 2019 Environmental Champion Awards at the Foundation’s Annual Meeting, Grants & Awards Celebration.