A stall at the Freeville Farmers' Market, a market founded with support from a Neighborhood Mini-Grant. Photo provided.

Neighborhood Mini-Grants Build Sustainability, Equity, and Resilient Communities

(Tompkins Weekly, 3-13-24, by Sasha Paris) Humans and “the environment” that sustains us are not separate. Environmental damage, economic inequity, and social injustice are interwoven in many ways, and their solutions must be as well. This is the philosophy of Sustainable Finger Lakes, carried out in our work, including our Neighborhood Mini-Grant program. Since 2008,…