Grant Projects Tagged With Environment

Read about grantees who have received funding from a Pollination Project grant .

Jamal Musah, Green Project

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The Green Project has been initiated by the Ghana Youth Climate Coalition (an NGO to mobilize, educate, inspire and empower youth to become agents of change and also advocate on climate change and environmental related issues of concern) under the leadership of Jamal Musah. The goal is to form green clubs [...]

Akosua Bema Boateng, Project G.O.O.D – Growing Our Own Destiny

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An acronym for growing our own destiny. We use urban agriculture to transform the hood for good by growing good food, ourselves and the community. We are located in South Oak Park, Sacramento, and use 1 acre of land and a community room and garden at Fruitridge Elementary to promote [...]

Fredrick Ouma Okumu, Cooksmart For Sustainable Livelihood Project



Cooking over wood fired stoves is a huge health hazard for community members who breathe in  the fumes, and also a  huge source of deforestation. After witnessing the impact on his community and the surrounding environment, Fredrick Ouma from Esidende village founded Cooksmart For Sustainable Livelihood, a bio-mass energy saving project [...]

Ryan Macintosh, Santa Rosa Cultural Garden

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Our project is installing a cultural garden on our Reservation, the Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians. Our Reservation is located in the San Jacinto/Santa Rosa Mountains in Southern California and we are extremely rural and isolated. Installing a cultural garden on our Reservation will serve our entire community and [...]

Abigail Cruz, Bompost

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Bompost is a youth led project in Santa Ana, California where youth collect organic waste and turn it into compost. The compost is processed at a micro farm where it is used by the community to make organic food for low income residents some of which are our families. In [...]

Beatrice Nyambura Wahu, Twashukuru Eco Friendly School

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Twashukuru Eco-Friendly School is located in Lamu, Kenya, and currently serves the most vulnerable children in the area. The school was founded by local artist, Omar Islam, who generously donated his personal land to make this project a reality. Students are taught eco-friendly environmental practices, singing, dancing, drumming, and the [...]