Muse MeadowsMarch 23, 2021
The Louisville Sustainability Council (LSC), through its Do Something Green Program, offers microgrants to support innovative, entrepreneurial projects and programs to plan for the impact of a warmer future on our most vulnerable citizens, while supporting community equity and resilience.
Next application window will open fall 2021
Louisville, Kentucky – The Louisville Sustainability Council (LSC) is pleased to announce, through its Do Something Green Program, 4 microgrants were awarded on March 1, 2021. During this first ever grant cycle, over 21 applications were received and over $50,000 requested by a wide array of organizations and non-profits focused on diverse projects and programs to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and plan for the impact of a warmer future on our most vulnerable citizens.
The Do Something Green Microgrant Program is generously sponsored by Kroger, Yum! Brands, PNC, the Snowy Owl Foundation, and Partnership for a Green City.
The funding recipients and their projects are:
The Muse Meadows – Black Market KY – A five-week intensive workshop series that will teach West End residents about horticulture, agri-business, and fundraising to cultivate a richer understanding of food systems. 100% of seeds/food will be purchased from local Black farmers. Participants will be paid a stipend upon program completion.