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We are pleased to announce the 2013 class of Toyota TogetherGreen fellows. This year, we awarded grants of $10,000 to 40 conservation leaders from 20 states across the country. These leaders will implement projects that achieve results in habitat, water, and energy, and that engage new and diverse audiences.
Since 2008, Toyota TogetherGreen has selected 240 Fellows. These conservation leaders have engaged nearly 145,000 participants from regions across the country. The TogetherGreen Fellowship Program invests in high-potential leaders, providing them with tools, resources, visibility, and a peer network to help them lead the conservation actions necessary to shape a greener, healthier future with green living in mind.
Learn about the latest Fellows class by reading the profiles below. Find out what these promising leaders plan to do in the year ahead to protect habitat, wildlife, water and energy conservation. Learn More >
|Celeste De Palma||
|Hold the Line—Ride the Line! More >|
Palm City Florida
|The Audubon Moment—Environmental Education Through Radio Public Service Announcements More >|
|Engaging West Atlanta's Urban Water Communities in Watershed Stewardship More >|
|Reclaiming Traditional Practices of Stewardship for Hawaiian Limu Restoration More >|
|Engaging Refugee Children in Various Stages of Local Restoration Efforts More >|
|Engaging the Hispanic Community in Protecting Native Plants and Animals More >|
|Mother Carr’s Organic Farm & Migrant Bird/Butterfly Sanctuary More >|
|Watershed Stewards Academy—Restoring our Streams, Empowering our Communities More >|
|Columbia Families in Nature: Cultivating Connections, Community & Conservation More >|
|Mitigating Stormwater Pollution to Improve Water Quality of the Chesapeake Bay More >|