Micro-grants

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There are 10 newly funded community sustainability projects in the Capital region, thanks to the City of Charlottetown’s Micro-Grants Program. Each of the projects relate to one or more of the pillars of sustainability: environmental, economic, cultural and social.

Recipients are: Groove PEI, Community Move & Groove; West Kent Elementary School, Sustainable Gardening and Eating Local; PEI Lung Association, Radon Detector Library Loan Pilot Program; VegPEI, Veg on the Block; Charlottetown Rural High School, Charlottetown Rural Tree Nursery and Orchard; Nine Yards Studio, People’s Ping-Pong Project; Fusion & PEI Food Exchange, Disco Soup Event; Ellen’s Creek Watershed Group, A Rain Garden in Every Yard; Winter Love PEI, Winter Love PEI 2020 and beyond!; Holland College, Ecological Pong Health of Charlottetown Ponds 2019.