Kless Sustainability Fund
Have an idea for a potential Kless Sustainability Fund project? Kless Sustainability Fund proposals are a great opportunity to develop grant writing and research experience and to learn more about the energy and resource footprint of the University of Montana!
Students at the University of Montana have created the Kless Sustainability Fund which allows students to propose projects that save energy on campus using money generated through a $6 student sustainability fee. Projects funded must demonstrate quantifiable savings and a return on investment. Future energy costs saving must be used to repay the Kless Fund, thereby allowing the fund to be self-sustaining over time. Funded projects will reduce annual operating expenses, decrease greenhouse gas emissions, and lower energy costs.
More information on funding, how to submit a proposal, and projects can be found on the Kless Sustainability Fund Website.