Did you see our March E-new? Nominations now open for the Anthony Grassroots prize, three big grassroots community wins, meet our 2022 NVR fellows, and so much more!
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Check out our February E-News: How grantees are responding to the pandemic of plastic pollution, welcoming our NVR Program Manager Mykela Patton, meet GRF funding board member Beverly Cherner, and so much more!
Who is your environmental hero?
Is there someone in your life who inspires you to fight for a just, sustainable future? Nominate them for our 2022 Anthony Grassroots Prize!
Don’t miss our January E-News! Grantees learn with EnviroVoters, New Voices youth use video to engage, meet our new grant writer Amy Holland, and so much more! Check it out here!
This month, we’re featuring Beverly Cherner, a long-time member of our California Environmental Grassroots funding board. Beverly has dedicated her entire career to the environmental field, focusing on equitably connecting people of all backgrounds with nature – in fact, she was Executive Director Tim Little’s supervisor during the first steps of his environmental career at Communities for a Better Environment! Beverly currently works as Director of Institutional Giving at the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.
This month, we’re featuring Amy Holland, our new Grant Writer. Amy joins our team with a wealth of experience. From studying and working internationally, to holding prestigous positions at world-renound organizations, Amy brings with her an impressive skillset.
The tools we use for interaction, engagement, and education change from generation to generation. From textbooks to online learning, the way we present and consume information is constantly in flux. Our New Voices youth exemplify this trend, choosing to use video as a platform to share what they have learned in the Rose Foundation’s environmental justice leadership program. Our students’ work exemplifies the creative ways we can use technology to educate and engage younger generations.