OSWEGO, N.Y. – The SUNY Oswego Office of Sustainability is awarding up to $400 to campus organizations that create programming related to Earth Month throughout April.
An email sent campuswide on Monday discussed requirements for the office’s programming fund, such as sustainable actions and anticipated impact.
“We really wanted to challenge any organizations to come up with some exciting programming for Earth Month, and we’re happy to help monetarily,” said Jon Mills, the coordinator for campus sustainability. “We’re happy to help with any questions, any resources, any way that we can link up any student organizations to any resources on campus.”
The office created a form for organizations to submit program ideas for Earth Month.