We’re awarding a total
of $200,000 in grants to
34 garden projects.
Submit an entry on behalf of
your school or organization!
At Seeds of Change®, we’re committed to helping you create a healthier, more sustainable community. That’s why we’re awarding grants to support sustainable, community-based gardening & farming programs around the country. Eligible organizations* may apply. Application deadline
now extended to April 6, 2015.
DEKALB COUNTY ILLINOIS
"DeKalb County Community Gardens takes an innovative approach to end hunger at the local level through community involvement, education, and commitment to environmental stewardship..."
MEDWAY COMMUNITY FARM
"MCF is a non-profit farm that empowers our community to grow, buy and value local, sustainable food while promoting conservation, healthy lifestyle choices and farm-based education..."
*Eligible organizations must meet both of the following criteria: (1) They must be a U.S. private for-profit or public or private not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that (2) focuses on at least one of the following areas: community-based farming or gardening; public school gardens; food & nutrition education; farming and agriculture education or sustainable farming. Organizations that are linked to a specific town, township, watershed, county or other delineated area, are able to engage such community for participation and support. See program guidelines for more information.