NeighborFood Mini Grants

We are proud to once again offer NeighborFood Mini Grants in 2018. Organizations and groups of individuals coming together around community gardens are eligible for mini-grants of up to $500 to either launch or improve their community garden.  Groups must demonstrate the garden is a community garden, and either training in community garden leadership or a minimum of 3 years community gardening experience is required for applications to be considered.

Applications are available here.  The application deadline is March 19th, and notifications to all applicants will occur by March 30. 

 

Congratulations to all of the 2017 NeighborFood Awardees!  

  • Long Street Community Garden
  • Middlebury Liberty Chapel Community Garden
  • Shanti Farm Community Garden
  • Stadleman Community Garden
  • The Island Community Garden
  • The W.O.M.B. Community Garden
  • Trinity United Church of Christ Community Garden
  • Unitarian Universalist Church Community Garden
  • White Pond Villa Community Garden
  • Adolph Street Community Garden
  • Beck Avenue Community Garden
  • Crosby Community Garden
  • East Paige Community Garden
  • Fess Community Garden
  • Habitat for Humanity Community Garden
  • JoAnna House Community Garden
  • John Brown Community Garden
  • LINKS Community Garden
  • Little Angel Hands Community Garden


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