Some Southeast Kansas schools are among the 27 schools awarded Green Schools grants from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
"Thesegrants to schools not only have the direct benefits of conserving landfillspace, natural resources and energy, they teach students lessons that can bepracticed at home and for a lifetime," says Robert Moser, M.D., KDHE Secretaryand State Health Officer, in a news release issued by the KDHE.
The grands are funded by a $1 per ton state landfill fee.
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