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Project Title: Migrant Farmworkers Project- Cambio Climatico

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Grant ID Number:EQ - 97719201-0
EPA Region:EPA R7AAShip:R07 - Region 7
CFDA:66.604Media:Environmental Justice
Grant Program:
Recipient Name: Migrant Farmworkers Project
City:Recipient Type:Not for Profit
State:MOCong District:04
Competition Status:
Award Date:07/07/2010Cum Award:$25,000
Project Start:08/01/2010Project End:07/31/2011
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Migrant Farmworkers Project- Cambio Climatico
The Cambio Climatico (Climant Change) project will address the effects of climate change and other environmental issues like lead and agricultural pesticide exposure, that affect the health of migrant seasonal farmworker adults and their families in Lafayette County, western Missouri. Through this project, information , skill-building, support and items will be provided to the migrant farmworking community so they will have information and skills to guard against environmental issues such as risk of lead poisoning and exposure to agricultural chemicals.

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Project Officer Karim Dawani 913-551-7289
Grant Specialist Michele Miller 913-551-7086

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