For the 2017-2018 service year, members are working in the areas of energy conservation, waste prevention and recycling, living green, and green infrastructure. Here are a few featured members and their stories.
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Minnesota GreenCorps member in the Energy Conservation track serving at city of Warren.
A member of the Waste Prevention and Recycling track serving with Lake County.
Green Transportation track member serving with Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota.
A member of the Waste Prevention and Recycling track serving with Carlton County.
Waste Prevention and Recycling member serving at Second Harvest Heartland.
Waste Prevention and Recycling track member serving with Carver County.
Member in the Waste Prevention and Recycling track serving at the St. Paul Public Works Department.
Member of the Living Green track serving with Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy (Minneapolis)
Member working in the Energy Conservation track with River’s Edge Academy in St. Paul.
Member serving with Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe on energy conservation issues.
A member in the Stormwater track serving with Carver County Water Management Organization.
Member serving with city of Minneapolis in the Green Transportation—Air Quality track.
A Minnesota GreenCorps Urban Forestry member hosted by city of Lakeville
Minnesota GreenCorps Living Green member serving at the Minnesota Environmental Quality Board
Green Infrastructure – Local Foods member serving with Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency (Virginia, Minn.)
A member in the Minnesota GreenCorps Stormwater track serving at Washington Conservation District.
A Living Green member hosted by Augsburg University with a focus on community outreach and education on food justice and sustainability issues.
Member serving with the city of St. Louis Park in the Waste Prevention and Recycling track.
Member in the Energy Conservation track serving with Hennepin County on a Commercial Building Energy Benchmarking Collaborative.
Energy Conservation track member serving at Lake Superior College in Duluth.
Local Foods member serving at The Food Group, Minnesota’s largest independent food bank.
Local Foods member hosted by Spark-Y, a non-profit organization located in Minneapolis.
A Local Foods track member serving with the Rochester Alternative Learning Center's (RALC) Green Thumb Initiative
Urban Forestry member serving with Mississippi Park Connection, the nonprofit partner of the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area.
A Living Green member focused on watershed education at Whitewater State Park in southeast Minnesota.
Minnesota GreenCorps Local Foods member serving with CentraCare Health Foundation in St. Cloud.