Youth Garden Awards...
- Subject: [cg] Youth Garden Awards...
- From: Rose Getch firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2006 13:55:16 -0400
After meeting some of you in Los Angeles, it dawned on me you might like
to know about these.
Regards and good luck! Rose
*Grants for School and Youth Gardens 2006 - 2007*
*C**ontact:* Grants Administrator
National Gardening Association, 1100 Dorset St., South Burlington, VT 05403
(802) 863-5251, ext. 205; email@example.com
National Gardening Association supports programs that actively engage
kids in the garden and improve the quality of life in communities. To
be eligible for the following grants (except for the Mantis Award), your
school or organization must plan to garden with at least 15 kids between
the ages of 3 and 18. For full details of all programs and to download
applications, please visit http://assoc.garden.org/grants**
*YOUTH GARDEN GRANTS*
Annual Deadline: November 1*
*NGA is delighted to announce that *The Home Depot* has returned as our
Youth Garden Grants sponsor for 2007. NGA awards Youth Garden Grants to
schools and community organizations with child-centered, outdoor garden
programs. Each of 200 winners will receive a Home Depot gift cards
valued at $250 for the purchase of gardening materials and supplies
particular to the needs of their projects, 12 months of NGA Supporter
benefits, and an activity package from NGA.
*HOOKED ON HYDROPONICS AWARDS
*Annual Deadline: September 30*
The* *Hydroponic Merchants Association* and leading companies from the
hydroponic gardening industry join NGA to present these awards*.
*Classroom hydroponics offers eager students loads of opportunities to
explore concepts across the curriculum. Twelve educational programs will
each receive a hydroponics package that fits its classroom space and
includes everything required to grow plants successfully indoors.
*HEALTHY SPROUTS AWARDS
*Annual* *Deadline: October 15*
*These awards, sponsored by* Gardener's Supply Company, *encourage the
growth of health-focused youth garden programs that teach about
nutrition and the issue of hunger in the United States. In 2006 each of
25 winning programs will receive a $200 gift certificate to Gardener's
Supply Company, a literature and curriculum package from NGA*, *and NGA
Supporter benefits for one year.
*KIDS GROWING WITH DUTCH BULBS
*Annual* *Deadline: April 1*
*A program of the Mailorder Gardening Association and it's partners, The
International Flower Bulb Center, Dutch Bulb Exporters, and the North
American Flower Bulb Wholesalers Association, this 12th annual award
supplies 300 schools with a package of 200 premium Dutch flowering bulbs
valued at $200. Selection criteria include student involvement,
curriculum integration, and administrative support.
*MANTIS AWARDS *
Annual Deadline: March 31
*Mantis *proudly announces its 2007 Award Program in support of
charitable and educational garden programs that enhance the quality of
life in their host communities. In partnership with Mantis, the NGA will
select 20 gardens to receive Mantis Tiller/Cultivators. We welcome
applications from all nonprofits -- past winners include community
gardens, schools, ministries, colleges, master gardening groups, and
hospices. In addition to the application, candidates are asked to send a
photo of the garden and a diagram of garden layout and dimensions. For
full details and to download an application, please visit
*Stay informed about new grants and approaching deadlines - sign up for
the Kids Garden News e-newsletter at www.kidsgardening.com
Please note: Information on this flyer is subject to change. Please see
the Web links indicated for up-to-date details.
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