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1 Sustainable Action Fund Grant Program SMALL PROJECTS - APPLICATION For applicants requesting $500-$5,000. Application instructions can be found in the Small Grant Application Toolkit located on our website sustain.wwu.edu/saf/apply/ Submit applications by delivering a hard copy AND ing a scanned version (including signatures) to the SAF Grant Program Coordinator Johnathan Riopelle at Viking Commons Room Fall Quarter applications are due November 27th. 1. PROJECT TITLE: Bringing Dorceta Taylor to Western 2. PROJECT TAGLINE (description of project in one sentence): We would like to help educate Western students, staff and faculty on how communities of color and the poor are disproportionately affected by environmental issues. 3. TEAM INFORMATION Project Advisor Information (Faculty or Staff) Student proposals must include a staff or faculty advisor. The role of the advisor is to provide assistance and guidance to the proposal submitter during the development, implementation and postimplementation stages of the proposal process. Project Lead: There must be at least one team leader assigned to the project. Name Department/School Students also provide major/minor Position Faculty/staff/ student. Students provide expected quarter/year of graduation Manager Assistant Professor Assistant Director Phone Number W# Project Lead: Seth Vidaña X2491 W Project Lead: Huxley College X6133 W Kate Darby Travis Center for Service X2446 W Tennessen Learning Samara Huxley College Student W Almonte Peter Kung Huxley College Student W Jordan Van Fairhaven College Student W Hoozer * Teams may have two to four people. 4. PROJECT DETAILS a. Describe your proposed project. Our goal is to help Western students, staff, and faculty to learn about issues of environmental injustice through a visit from environmental justice scholar Dorceta Taylor. Dorecta s academic work includes: Urban agriculture, food access, and food insecurity; institutional diversity; analysis of the composition of the environmental workforce; social movement analysis; environmental justice; leisure and natural resource use; poverty; and race, gender, and ethnic relations. Her current research includes an assessment of food access in Michigan and other parts of the country. A recently-published article on food justice in Detroit entitled, "Food PROPOSAL ONLY VALID DURING ACADEMIC YEAR Page 1

2 Availability and the Food Desert Frame in Detroit: An Overview of the City s Food System states" (Environmental Practice), exemplify this work. Other recent research activities include the 2014 national report analyzing racial and gender diversity in the environmental field -- see The State of Diversity in Environmental Organizations: Mainstream NGOs, Foundations, and Government Agencies. Her 2009 book, The Environment and the People in American Cities (Duke University Press), is an award-winning urban environmental history book. She published an edited volume in 2010 entitled, Environment and Social Justice: An International Perspective (Emerald Press). She published Toxic Communities: Environmental Racism, Industrial Pollution, and Residential Mobility (NYU Press) in Her newest book, Power, Privilege, and Environmental Protection: Social Inequality and the Rise of the American Conservation Movement (Duke University Press) is currently in press; it is slated for publication in We would like to bring Dorceta to campus during the week of Feb. 26th for several potential s and meetings including: Visits with classes (including Huxley s Power, Privilege, and the Environment course) and groups (including the EJ minor planning group of students, faculty, and staff) Creating a space for students of color to meet with Prof. Taylor to discuss environmental justice issues A large evening lecture open to the WWU and the Bellingham community Time for faculty, staff and students to meet with her and discuss one of her recent articles or book chapters A facilitated caucus-style discussion of power, privilege, and the environment with students and representatives from local social justice groups A potential meeting with local non-profits interested in diversifying their workforce We have also discussed ways to extend the impact of her time on campus by holding a film viewing prior to her arrival and facilitating a discussion or reading group after her visit. Prof. Taylor has indicated that she is available to visit WWU in late February. Her fees are $10,000 for a full two days of engagement. We are confident that we can assemble $5,000 from other sources and have promises already for $3k from University Residences, and $1k from Huxley College. To make this happen, we need support from the Sustainable Action Fund. b. What are the goals and desired outcomes of your project? Desired outcomes from Dorceta s visit include: An increased understanding of issues of environmental justice on the part of Western students, staff & faculty An increased sense of connection between environmental and social issues on the on the part of Western students, staff & faculty An increased understanding of individual ability to take a role in pring environmental injustice c. Does your project tie into any broader campus sustainability goals or initiatives? If yes, please describe how. This project ties into the goals outlined in both Western s draft Strategic Goals as well as the recently approved Action Plan. Western s draft Strategic Goals include: Goal #4: Western pursues justice and equity in its policies and practices Western sees equity, justice, inclusion, and diversity as fundamental principles calling for authentic engagement. Western acknowledges that institutions of higher education have traditionally failed to meet the PROPOSAL ONLY VALID DURING ACADEMIC YEAR Page 2

3 needs of people of many races, ethnicities, creeds, socioeconomic classes, gender identities, sexual orientations, and disability statuses. WWU will contribute to redressing these inequities by transforming policies, structures, and practices to ensure meaningful inclusion. E. Support and strengthen curricula and other programming that engage issues of access, equity, power, and privilege across disciplines F. Expand professional development opportunities for all staff and faculty that provide for additional leadership capacity in the effort toward equity and justice G. Expand and support respectful collaborative relationships with community partners and underrepresented groups to advance equity and social justice Western s Action Plan includes these goals for the Student Life section: Western inspires graduates who create a sustainable world by integrating social, economic, and ecological justice (SEE) practices into their lives. Through structured community and campus-based co-curricular learning experiences, students gain knowledge and insight of sustainability in practice. Social, Economic, and Ecological (SEE) sustainability principles are integrated in student career and lifelong practices. d. Provide a chronological timeline listing the steps and tasks it will take to implement this project. Insert additional rows as necessary. Step/Task Completed by who Estimated Completion Date Collecting financial support for speaker fees Late January Organizing Dorceta s Visit The Dorceta Taylor Through, Feb 26 & 27 planning team Advertising Dorceta s Visit The Dorceta Taylor planning team Through, Feb 26 & 27 e. How will the success of the project be measured? Describe the quantitative and/or qualitative sustainability metrics you will use to measure the success of your project. Success of this grant will be tied directly to the number of attendees at each of the s that will be held. f. Describe your project s education, publicity and outreach plan here. Then complete the table below outlining the proposed results of your education, publicity and outreach efforts. Insert additional rows as necessary. Education, outreach, publicity effort Notice on My Western Who will make this happen? How will this effort be implemented? By sending advertising to University Communications Who is the intended audience? Students, staff, faculty Frequency of implementation. One-time/daily/weekly? Notice will be up on My Western PROPOSAL ONLY VALID DURING ACADEMIC YEAR Page 3

4 Social media posts s to social and environmental clubs Advertising to students in environmental and social issues classes Advertising to community members about evening By posting notices on the Western and Western s own Facebook pages By sending s to the ESP and ESC for distribution to club presidents By sending s to faculty associated with current environmental and social justice classes By sending s to local social and environmental issues organizations Students, staff, faculty students students Community partners Advertising will be up on social media s will be sent s will be sent s will be sent 5. PROJECT STAKEHOLDERS a. How will your project involve students? How many students, or what percentage of the student body, will be affected by the project? This project will have a heavy focus on students given that all of Dorceta s s will be open to the student population. b. If your project involves or requires permission from other organizations, departments, individuals, or stakeholders, list them below. Each stakeholder must provide a signature of approval for this project. Insert additional rows as necessary. No permissions are necessary other than space requests for s which have all been confirmed. Name Department or School and Position Involvement in Project Stakeholder signature of approval ** If your project team is proposing a temporary or permanent facility or property modification, then a Project Owner Form must be submitted with the application. Form can be found on SAF website: sustain.wwu.edu/saf/apply/ 6. BUDGET a. Provide an itemized list of the budget items required for this project. Include Equipment and Construction Costs, Education Publicity and Outreach Costs, Personnel and Labor Costs, and any other costs. Insert additional rows as necessary. Item Cost per Item Quantity Total Request 50% of Dorceta s $10,000 speaker fee $ $5000 PROPOSAL ONLY VALID DURING ACADEMIC YEAR Page 4

5 TOTAL REQUEST $5000 b. If the project is implemented, will there be any ongoing replacement, operational, maintenance or renewal costs? If yes, has a source of funds been identified to cover those costs? N/A c. Matching Funds. List pending, approved, and denied applications for funding from other sources. List amounts requested from those sources. Currently, we have promises of $3000 from University Residences and $1000 from Huxley College of the Environment. We are confident that we will be able to raise the remaining $1000 from other sources. Several campus groups have expressed the desire to contribute to the funding. Sustainable Action Fund Grant Program SMALL GRANTS - APPLICATION PROPOSAL REVIEW Once your project proposal is complete, you must print and receive hand-written signatures from the individuals listed below. After signatures are received, applications can be delivered as a hard copy to the SAF Grant Program Coordinator, Johnathan Riopelle at Viking Commons Room 24 or by scanning the application and ing it to PROJECT TITLE: 7. Please set an appointment with the Sustainable Action Fund Grant Program Coordinator to review your draft proposal before submitting your application. This appointment should take place at least a week before the proposal due date. Sustainable Action Fund Grant Program Coordinator, Johnathan Riopelle Viking Commons, Room 24 Available by appointment Phone: (360) Signature: Date: This signature does NOT indicate that you have received funding, but it does confirm that the proposal has been reviewed and is approved for funding review by the Sustainable Action Fund Committee. Comments: 8. After meeting with the Sustainable Action Fund Grant Program Coordinator, please set an appointment with the Campus Manager who will review and sign your proposal application. PROPOSAL ONLY VALID DURING ACADEMIC YEAR Page 5

6 Campus Manager, Seth Vidaña Viking Commons, Room 25 Phone: (360) Signature: Date: This signature does NOT indicate that you have received funding, but it does confirm that the proposal is approved for funding review by the Sustainable Action Fund Committee. Comments: PROPOSAL ONLY VALID DURING ACADEMIC YEAR Page 6

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