Community Garden Start-Up Grants Available

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The pandemic has made us aware of the need for fresh, safe food. Has your Guilford County neighborhood, church, or other citizens group thought about starting a community garden next spring? The Extension Master Gardener Volunteers are offering grants in the amount of $300 each to help with start-up expenses for community gardens that will be started in 2023. Grant recipients will be assigned an Extension Master Gardener Volunteer as a garden mentor.

The application is due no later than January 13, 2023. The application requests a description of the planned project, a plan for going forward, and a detailed account of how the money will be used.

Grant Details and Application

For a paper application email Rhiannon Goodwin.

Questions about the grant process may be directed to Deborah Pelli.

The Start-Up Grant Program is Sponsored by NC State Extension and Master Gardener℠ volunteers of Guilford County.

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Taylor Jones, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionTaylor JonesExtension Agent, Agriculture - Consumer & Home Horticulture Call Taylor Email Taylor N.C. Cooperative Extension, Guilford County Center
Updated on Nov 2, 2022
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