Published: March 29, 2022 By

Agraaze team holding their 0,000 prize check for winning the CU's climate prize nightThree weeks ago at the New Venture Challenge Climate Prize Night, five finalists competed for the chance to win a share of $20K. Teams showcased their passion and innovation to tackle pressing climate issues. Their solutions ranged from eliminating landfills to underwater vacuums. In first place was Agraaze with their seaweed feed pellets for cattle. This scientifically supported solution can reduce cattle-based methane pollution by 82 percent. Way to go Agraaze! We can't wait to see you in April's New Venture Challenge competition.

 

 

 

 

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