New federal grants will help Colorado groups address environmental injustices across the state

November 20, 2023

Feed Media client, Denver Urban Gardens was among the four Colorado recipients to receive a grant from the the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Denver Urban Gardens — known as “DUG” — will receive $500,000 over three years from the EPA.

Six Colorado organizations will share up to $4 million in funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to advance environmental justice programs across the state.

“The fact that we have received sort of a nod and an acknowledgment that our work is climate-related and is part of the solution gives me chills,” said Linda Appel Lipsius, the Executive Director of Denver Urban Gardens and one of the four Colorado recipients of the Environmental Justice Collaborative Problem Solving Grant.

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