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We're a small community garden group gardening on a county park in suburban Virginia. We're
organizing a
photography project that captures all the terrific and horrible things
community gardens are: Food, Culture, People, Nature, Harmony and
Discord, Colorado Potato Beetle larvae.

We are looking for funding opportunities from several angles and wanted
ask CGA if anyone knows of  grants that might support community garden arts
like this one. We are also working on native plant and tree inventories,

we're in a sensitive stream valley, and (as if that weren't enough)
also planning native tree planting projects.

Thanks very much for any advice or insight you might have.

Best regards,

Rose Purple

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