Green job training in Connecticut, reducing water pollution in Kansas, controlling non-native plants in North Carolina and reducing carbon footprints in Arizona are just some of the national projects to receive a share of more than $1 million in funding from Toyota and the National Audubon Society.
All told, these “TogetherGreen” innovation grants will fund 41 environmental projects across the United States that focus on key areas of habitat preservation, water and energy conservation.
Among the projects receiving funding are:
“Groups that won innovation grants this year have ingenuity and creativity on full display. And that’s what it takes to tackle the environmental challenges we face today,” said Audubon president and CEO David Yarnold. “I’m proud to partner with these innovators in creative approaches to achieve healthier communities and big conservation results.”
To learn more about the program and the grant winners, click here.