Register (below) for our workshop, where you will learn about opportunities and challenges of linking environmental justice work with environmental mitigation requirements identified in the Puget Sound Stewardship & Mitigation Fund grant program. You will also hear from a panel of past grantees offering advice about shaping and implementing projects built around the intersection of equity and water quality. Participants will also have the opportunity to receive hands-on proposal development from Rose Foundation staff! Lunch will be provided.
First time applicants and organizations who do not directly engage in water quality efforts, but are invested in environmental justice work impacting communities in the Puget Sound, are encouraged to attend. Our goal is to provide an environment to workshop ideas and spark collaborations that lead to compelling projects.
Workshop hosted by the Rose Foundation, Puget Soundkeeper, and the Salish Sea Collective. Find more information about the Puget Sound Stewardship & Mitigation fund here.
*After receiving feedback about major conflicts for the workshop, especially related to the Washington legislative session, we have decided to postpone it. We will keep you posted when we have set a future date, which will likely be in the late spring or early summer. And we sincerely apologize for any disruption this change has caused.
If you are interested in participating in the upcoming Grant Workshop for Grassroots Environmental Justice in Puget Sound, please fill out the registration form below.*
Photo credit: World Relief Seattle (Rose Grantee)
|10:30am||Panel Discussion and Q&A with Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition, Salmon Defense, World Relief Seattle, and Community Activist Willard Brown|
|1:00pm||Hands-on Proposal Development|