The micro-grant fund is supported by Gardens Network Member gardens who contribute 10% of their plot fees to the fund each year. The fund is overseen by Community GroundWorks and the Gardens Network Team. The team sets financial goals, reviews applications, and approves awards.
Garden Enhancement Grant
Are you a garden leader working to improve your garden but need funding? Do you have a dream project that you’ve been waiting to make happen at your garden? Applications have been accepted and approved for 2019. Check back next year for our 2020 grant applications. To prepare, you can see our guidelines and application below.
2019 Garden Enhancement Grant Program Guidelines
2019 Garden Enhancement Grant Application (Word Doc)
2019 Garden Enhancement Grant Application (PDF)
Please don’t hesitate to Contact Us is you have any questions!
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- Hammersley Community Garden: garden banner and tools
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