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Fw: [ACGA] FW: small grants for school gardens/wildlife



Subject: [ACGA] FW: small grants for school gardens/wildlife


>
>
> >>National Wildlife Federation's Schoolyard Habitats Program is offering
50
> >>$250 "Wild Seed Fund" mini-grants to assist schools in the initial
phases
> of
> >> a Schoolyard Habitats project. To be eligible, schools must be planning
> to
> >>create or restore wildlife habitat on their schoolgrounds,  to use the
> site
> >>as a teaching tool, and to certify as an official Schoolyard Habitats
site
> >>by March 15, 2002.
> >> Applications are due on January 15, 2001; applicants will be notified
by
> >>March 15, 2001.
> >>
> >>The application can be downloaded from
> >>http://www.nwf.org/habitats/schoolyard/basics/fundraising.cfm
> >>For those without internet access, please call (703)790-4287 to request
an
> >>application.
> >>For more information about the Schoolyard Habitats Program, call the
> number
> >>above or visit our webpage at http://www.nwf.org/habitats.schoolyard
> >>
> >>Please share this announcement with any organizations or educators that
> may
> >>be interested.
> >>Many thanks,
> >>
> >>
> >>Julie Totaro
> >>Schoolyard Habitats Program Coordinator
> >>National Wildlife Federation
> >>8925 Leesburg Pike
> >>Vienna, VA 22184-0001
> >>(703) 790-4582
> >>totaro@nwf.org
> >>
> >
> >
>
>
>
>
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