2024 Community Garden Start-Up Grants Available

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Has your Guilford County neighborhood, place of worship, or other citizens group thought about starting a community garden next spring? Consider applying for a Community Garden Start-Up Grant!

The purpose of the Start-Up Grant Program is to provide funding and mentoring for new Guilford County community gardens that will break ground in 2024. Grants in the amount of $300 each will be dispersed to accepted applications on a “rolling basis” (first come, first served) beginning on February 10, 2024, through September 1, 2024, or until all Guilford County EMG budgeted funds have been allocated.

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.

Access the Online Application Here

Access Paper Copy (for printing) Here

If you have any issues with or concerns around submitting an application, please contact Emerson Wells (emerson_wells@ncsu.edu).

Any further questions about the grant process may be directed to Deborah Pelli (d.hpelli@gmail.com)

The Community Garden Start-Up Grant Program is Sponsored by NC State Extension Master Gardener℠ volunteers of Guilford County and N.C. Cooperative Extension Guilford County Center.

Written By

Emerson Wells, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionEmerson WellsProgram Assistant, Agriculture - Home Horticulture, Master Gardener Coordinator Call Emerson Email Emerson N.C. Cooperative Extension, Guilford County Center

Contributing Author

Taylor Jones, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionTaylor JonesExtension Agent, Agriculture - Horticulture, Natural Resources, Wildlife Call Taylor Email Taylor N.C. Cooperative Extension, Guilford County Center
Updated on Jan 11, 2024
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