Does your school want to start a garden or expand an existing one? The National Gardening Association is taking applications for Youth Garden Grants!
Interested schools must fill out an application that details how many children will participate in the garden program, if the school’s garden program faces any special needs or challenges, the educational goals of the garden, and more. Schools can visit this website see all of the questions they need to answer before they begin filling out the application.
The National Gardening Association will choose 20 winners, who will all receive:
Tool package from Ames
Seed sheet from Cloudfarm
$100 gift certificate from Bonnie Plants
Natural cedar raised garden bed from Eartheasy
Green Cycler and Worm Bomb from Ectonoix
Seed donation from High Mowing Organic Seeds
Drip irrigation starter kit from Rain Bird
Compost Sak from Smart Pot
Hose and sprayer set from Gardener’s Supply
Curriculum package from Kidsgardening.org
Applications are due by Dec. 1, 2015, and winners will be announced on Jan. 21, 2016. For more information, visit the Youth Garden Grant website.