In 2006, the Education Advisory Board awarded ten project grants to the following projects:
Amador High School, Pleasanton -- $35,906 for the recycling education program, including the purchase of recycling containers
Camp Arroyo -- $25,000 to support the campership program fro underprivileged youth
Earth Team -- $12,000 to support Our Schools Our Planet as a sustainable schools video project for teens
Friends of Outdoor Recreation -- $20,000 to support camperships at Camp Arroyo for underprivileged youth
Hearst Elementary, Pleasanton -- $25,000 to support the schoolwide environmental classroom project, including recycling program infrastructure and garden supplies
Kids for the Bay -- $20,000 to bring the 4 R’s Action Program—Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Rot to thirty teachers and nine hundred students in low income, urban schools in Alameda County
North Oakland Community Charter School -- $16,730 to fund the Environmental Stewardship and Leadership initiative
Livermore High School -- $15,000 for recycling stations to improve campus recycling.
Pleasanton Unified School District -- $16,000 to fund the Environmental Awareness program recycling infrastructure project, including the purchase of recycling containers throughout the district
SF Environment -- $17,250 for the Food to Flowers Program for custodial stipends and project supplies for a lunchroom composting program
A total of $199,886 was awarded from the project grant total funding allocation of $225,000. In addition, the Board has made a tentative award of $20,000 to the Alameda County Fair to improve recycling and recycling education at the fairgrounds.