Organizations and schools with innovative ideas to increase recycling at events and composting in Dakota County can have their projects paid for by Community POWER grant funding.
If selected, non-profit organizations and schools will receive training, support and resources to implement environmental projects.
Applicants are encouraged to attend an information meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 26 from noon–1 p.m. at the Roseville Public Library, 2108 North Hamline Avenue, Roseville, MN 55113. Pre-registration is not necessary. Find directions.
Funding is available in two levels. Mini-grants can be awarded up to $5,000 while traditional grants may be up to $12,000.
Non-profit organizations and schools are eligible to apply to the Community POWER grant by April 1, 2013. Apply online or contact Project Manager, Laurie Gustafson, 651-252-1487.