Primo Energy is offering a grant in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. The grant program is designed to recognize K12 schools who are actively getting the community involved in making changes to positively help our planet.
Teams of up to five students are asked to design a public service announcement (PSA) featuring an innovative and distinct action plan for their school community to combat climate change.
There are three options for submittals:
In addition to the PSA, teams must submit
a detailed plan that includes the following:
New and research-based insights or ideas, with potential benefits of change made clear (works cited page required)
Strong rationale and significance of proposed work
Project Timeline & Budget
Detailed project activities timeline and budget expenditures (if applicable) congruent with project description and outcomes
Local sustainability plan that ensures the extended impact of the program beyond the 2020-2021 school year.
Application Open Dates:
Applications will be accepted beginning March 1, 2020, until April 3, 2020, 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time.
The grant application process is competitive. We look forward to reviewing exceptional multi-media and traditional editorial responses that highlight how students address climate change issues in their community.Learn More
Grant Winner will be Awarded
Primo Energy will award an EnergiSeedling to the winner of the “Take Action for Your Earth” Challenge. This K-12 renewable energy classroom learning resource includes curriculum aligned to national standards. The impact of this curriculum is in the project-based approach that has students designing for a sustainable future while integrating social-emotional skills and lesson extensions for English-Language learners as well as gifted and talented youth.