Environmental Sustainability Projects

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

Godfrey Chemiat, Myanga Community-Based Solid Waste Management Project

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2017-07-28T00:44:02+00:00

Myanga community-based solid waste management project, managed by Godfrey Chemiat, collects environmentally hazardous solid waste materials including polythene papers, plastics, organic garbage, leaves and tree branches. These materials are taken to community collective dumping site so that they may decompose into organic fertilizer and/or be recycled into valuable handicrafts such [...]

Eunita Atitwa, Pollinator Garden of Matungu sub county

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2017-07-05T06:27:40+00:00

The Pollinator Garden of Matungu Sub Country informs and trains people about pollination, pollinators and the importance of pollination for everyday life. Pollinators are important because pollination is key to a healthy environment and crucial to save our daily food supply. Loss of habitat and food due to deforestation and [...]

Roger Quannah Settler and Laura Gentry, Overton Community Gardens

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2017-06-23T05:26:44+00:00

The Overton Community Gardens are actively partnered with the Historic Overton South Neighborhood Alliance. Founded by Roger "Melina" Settler and Laura Gentry in April 2015, these gardens are strategically located in an area of high visibility between the Guadalupe Community Garden and the Heart of Lubbock Community Garden. The project [...]

Heather Borders, Northeast Florida Guide to Farms, Local Food, and Sustainability

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2017-06-13T01:24:37+00:00

The Northeast Florida Guide to Farms, Local Food, and Sustainability eBook project was developed by Kimberly Ferguson, an undergraduate student in the school of public health at University of North Florida as part of a required 300-hour internship. Heather Borders, a Registered Dietitian and founder of Kailo Nutrition, facilitated and [...]

Permaculture Action Network, Bay Area BioRegional Crew of Permaculture Action Network

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2017-05-23T08:05:45+00:00

Permaculture Action Network works at the edge of art, music, culture, and the regenerative community movement, offering people a pathway to take action locally where they live. The continental network connects educators, community organizers, grassroots projects, and performance artists through Permaculture Action Days and educational events. These mass actions mobilize [...]

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