Youth Garden Grant Deadline (fwd)
From: Your friend at: (cjf01gnofn.org)
Date: Thu, 17 Oct 1996 09:11:34 -0500

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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 16 Oct 1996 08:19:53 -0400 (EDT)
From: Carol Giesecke <carolg [at] umce.umext.maine.edu>
To: ne_4h [at] umce.umext.maine.edu, ne_youth_fam [at] umce.umext.maine.edu,
    sne_dsfs [at] umce.umext.maine.edu
Subject: Youth Garden Grant Deadline (fwd)

Hi, Folks, FYI.  PLease pass along to someone you think might be
interested.

Carol

Forwarded message:
> Date: Tue, 15 Oct 1996 14:32:51 -0700
> To: school_garden [at] ag.Arizona.EDU
> From: Cathy Rymer <crymer [at] ag.Arizona.EDU>
> Subject: Youth Garden Grant Deadline 
> 
> The National Gardening Association, in cooperation with the leading
> companies from the lawn and garden industry, will award its 14th Annual
> Youth Garden Grants to 300 schools, neighborhood groups, community centers,
> camps, clubs, treatment facilities and multigenerational settings throughout
> the United States.  Each grant consists of tools, seeds and garden products
> valued at an average of $500.
> 
> To be eligible, your organization must plan to garden in 1997 with at least
> 15 children between the ages of three and 18 years.  Both food gardens and
> beautification projects, or combinations of the two, will be considered.
> 
> Selection of winners will be based on the following criteria: leadership,
> educational and environmental programming, innovation, sustainability, need
> and community support.  The $10 application fee is more than compensated for
> in receipt of materials.
> 
> ALL APPLICANTS will receive seeds and other materials to support their
> programs, thus ensuring that EVERYONE  is a WINNER!
> 
> Applications are available from:
>         National Gardening Association
>         Youth Garden Grants Program
>         180 Flynn Avenue
>         Burlington, VT 05401
> 
> Applications must be postmarked no later than November 15, 1996
> 
> 
> Cathy Rymer
> (602) 470-8086
> Ext: 308
> Maricopa
> 


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Carol C. Giesecke                         e-mail: carolg [at] 
umce.umext.maine.edu
New England Cooperative                   University of Maine
Extension Consortium                      Cooperative Extension, Rm 104
Phone:  (207) 581-3193                    5741 Libby Hall
Fax:    (207) 581-1387                    Orono, ME  04469-5741
                                          


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