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2019 Bullitt Environmental Prize Winner Announced: Maria Blancas SEATTLE (Oct 9, 2019) – The Bullitt Foundation announced today the winner of the 13th annual Bullitt Environmental Prize, which recognizes young people from varied backgrounds who have overcome adversity and demonstrated the ability to become powerful environmental leaders. The goal of the program is to help broaden and diversify the leadership of the global...

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2015 Bullitt Fellow Heather Fowler Receives Presitigious Omenn Award Veterinarian Heather Fowler just received the highest award offered to University of Washington Phd students in the School of Public Health.

Grant History 2015-current

Community To Community-2018a

on Wed, Oct 31, 2018 at 1:52 PM


Program Area(s)
Grantee NameFood First-Institute for Food and Development Policy
Websitehttps://foodfirst.org/
Description

to elevate the voices and experiences of farmworkers on the harms that climate change is leveling on nature, food systems, and farmworker health.

Grant Amount$30000
Project Dates02/14/18 - 03/01/19
Serving United States / Washington