A Wilmington, N.C., inventor who came up with “the Holy Grail of sustainable agriculture” has received a $100,000 prize from a nonprofit seeking to encourage seniors and baby boomers to take up “encore careers” in public service.
Civic Ventures, a San Francisco-based think tank focused on boomers, work and social purpose, announced that Jock Brandis is one of the winners of its Purpose Prize “for people over 60 who are taking on society’s biggest challenges.”
For more information on the Purpose Prize, go here.
Photo by Purpose Prize.
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