Environmental Sustainability Projects

Read about grantees who have received funding for their Environmental Sustainability project from a Pollination Project grant.

Keshy Jeong, Los Angeles Worm Farm Collective – Los Angeles Worm Farm Collective


The Los Angeles Worm Farm Collective (LAWFC) is a small business that produces worm castings and worm tea out of local community waste for use as nutrient-rich organic fertilizer and soil conditioner for organizations and lay gardeners. LAWFC is cooperatively owned and collectively governed, aiming to contribute to the movement [...]



In Ghana, the use of synthetic fertilizer, pesticides, and herbicides are on the increase. This is harmful to humans, soils, animals, the environment, and the climate. Olawumi and David founded GROW West Africa (NGO) in Ghana to teach and train farmers to engage in organic farming practices like Biointensive, Agro-ecology, [...]

Lekshmi R and Dr.R. Rajamanikam, SEECO – Biodiversity awareness campaign for rural schools


Lekshmi R and Dr. R. Rajamanikam run the "Biodiversity Awareness Campaign for Rural Schools" project located in Dindigul, Tamil Nadu, India. The project involves biodiversity education and participatory butterfly gardening at 10 rural schools. The project organizers noticed that the rural students were not getting proper backyard biodiversity education since [...]

Charlotte Magayi – Training of young mothers on the production of cook stoves.


Charlot Magayi started her project "Training Young Mothers On the Production of Clean Cook Stoves" to enable young mothers from low-income households to keep their children safe, save on fuel consumption, and reduce household air pollution in urban slums. The project was founded to provide access to clean, affordable, and [...]

Nanum Corean Cultural Center – Green Grin


Nanum Corean Cultural Center (NCCC) is a non-profit organization serving multi-generational, multi-faith, and multi-ethnic Korean communities rooted in historic cultural and civic justice movements based in Los Angeles and Korea. This project will support high school students participating in NCCC’s “Green Grin” program. This project provides interactive farming education, and [...]

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