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Introduction to "Homegrown": Vox Culture's 2018 Initiative on Environment

For 2018 Vox Culture shifts gears as it turns its focus from 2017's "Know Your Neighbors" racial equality initiative to this year's feature cause, Environment!

Our 2018 initiative on environment, called "Homegrown," begins in February and will extend to November of this year. Officially partnering with Houstainable, Houston Sierra Club, Citizens' Environment Coalition, and Air Alliance Houston, Vox Culture will seek to work with these organization's to address trending themes on environment in Houston.

The goal behind "Homegrown" throughout 2018 will be to educate, raise awareness, fundraise, and develop creative social action projects that address a variety of environment related issues impacting Houston. Among the final aims of the year for Vox Culture will be to present (1) How ideas presented by Houston artists can be implemented to further raise awareness on environment, (2) How creative solutions developed by local entrepreneurs and startups can be used to address environmental challenges facing many Houstonians, and (3) How our community can come to both take action on local environmental issues and continue to prepare for future environmental challenges that may face Houston. 
If you would like to volunteer, collaborate, contribute, or seek more information on our “Homegrown” environment initiative, please send a message to viktor.kopic@voxculture.org.


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