Friday, February 26, 2010
You only have until February 28 to vote for GTECH’s proposal to build creative community activism through the simple (and very elegant) idea of remediating environmentally degraded land through planting sunflower gardens in Pittsburgh & New Orleans. The top ten vote-getters will each receive $50K for their projects. If you’ve ever volunteered for a community garden project, a food co-op or worked on the problem of getting investments to enable brownfield sites become assets to, rather than drains on, their neighborhoods, you’ll know how powerful this very simple project is. You can vote once each day, and you should.