The Cleveland Foundation announced $5.9 million in June grants in a news release on July 10, including funding for The Negev Foundation at $75,241, increasing the amount of money the foundation has invested in the second quarter of 2019 to $24 million and $55 million for the year-to-date.

The grant to the Negev Foundation will provide two-year funding for three pilot projects that use Israeli technologies to address algae bloom management, soil quality and leak detection in water infrastructure.

Proposed project partners for the Negev Foundation include Cleveland Metroparks, Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District and Avon Lake Regional Water.

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