Grants Awarded for Quinnipiac River Cleanup, Education
May 24, 2011
Elm City Express: The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, Connecticut, announced that $112,000 has been awarded from the Quinnipiac River Fund to 12 organizations for programs that reduce river pollution, support the environment and educate the public about the Quinnipiac River.
Among the grant recipients is Catalyst Collaborative who has been hired to create a comprehensive Quinnipiac River website. The site will provide a consolidated source for Quinnipiac River information, resources, research, and advocacy, specifically related to the work and impact of the Quinnipiac River Fund. The website will feature high-impact design/photography, a grant project database, an interactive map, calendar, and blog—together providing a multifaceted resource for organizations and individuals working to better the conditions of the Quinnipiac River. The site is expected to launch by the end of 2011.
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