Maclay “Mac” Hyde was a pioneering environmental law attorney and real estate developer of polluted, often abandoned brownfield sites. The scholarship now honors Mac’s life and legacy by supporting the next generation of innovative brownfield redevelopment minds. To celebrate Mac Hyde, Minnesota Brownfields offers this scholarship to students pursuing studies in diverse fields related to brownfield redevelopment.
Applicants must: Be an undergraduate or graduate student at an accredited Minnesota college or university; and/or a Minnesota resident; Be pursuing a field of study related to brownfields redevelopment, including: engineering, earth/environmental sciences, government/public policy, law, business, real estate, public health, economic development or related; Have an intended career in profession related to community revitalization, environmental quality, or remediation; Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 out of 4.0. Recipient is invited and encouraged to attend ReScape Awards Event in April to receive scholarship.