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There are ten newly funded community sustainability projects on the go in the Capital region, thanks to the City of Charlottetown’s Micro-Grants Program. The community-based projects were selected to receive funding based on their ability to work towards the goals and actions of the City’s Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP), and their ability to engage the community in sustainability. The micro-grant awards range between $500 and $2,500. The 2018 micro-grant recipients are: STEAM PEI, Building a Sustainable City; Charlottetown Rural High School, Charlottetown Rural Solar Watering System; PEI Food Exchange, Edible Gardening for Beginners; Institute for Bioregional Studies/Centre for Local Prosperity, Import Replacement Strategy; Inner City Life Skills, Inner City Life Skills Camp; PEI Invasive Special Council, Distribution of Invasive Plant Species and Management of Oriental Bittersweet; Ellen’s Creek Watershed Management Group, Seeing is Believing: Spring Park Rain Garden; St. Paul’s Church, Sustainable Development Fair; Charlottetown’s Farmers’ Market Cooperative, The Power of Produce Club (PoP); Sierra Club Canada Foundation, Wild Child Forest School: Gear Library.

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