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NGA School Garden Grants

The National Gardening Association, in concert with
leading companies from the lawn and garden industry,
awards 400 Youth Garden Grants to schools,
neighborhood groups, community centers, camps, clubs,
treatment facilities, and intergenerational groups
throughout the United States.

Each grant consists of an assortment of quality tools,
seeds, and garden products generously contributed by
leading companies from the lawn and garden industry,
and valued at more than $750.

To be eligible, groups must plan to garden in 2001 with
at least 15 children between the ages of 3 and 18 years.
Selection on winners is based on demonstration of a
child-centered plan that emphasizes children learning
and working in an outdoor garden. Selection criteria
include leadership, need, sustainability, community
support, innovation, and educational, environmental, or
social programming.

Application forms are available by mail by calling 1-
800-538-7476, extension 603, or visit our Web site for
information on the grant:

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