The student-led NC State Sustainability Fund named four projects as recipients of mini-grants for campus sustainability projects. These FastTrack grants are available for registered student organizations to use during the Spring 2020 semester.
Projects and upcoming events receiving grants are:
- Graduate student workshop hosted by SAGSA on Racial Equity Training For A Sustainable Food System
- eARTH Showcase event hosted by the NC State Stewards to raise awareness about waste reduction
- Irrigation system for NC State’s Engineering Without Borders to install at Powell Magnet Elementary School in Raleigh as part of a solar-powered garden
- Sustainable Business Forum hosted by the Greater Good Textile Group
The Fund is accepting applications for its main grant cycle through Feb. 14. Approximately $165,000 is available for selected sustainability projects. Learn more and apply at go.ncsu.edu/sustainabilityfund
This post was originally published in Sustainability News.