Foundation / Corporation
Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia, with support from Monarchs Across Georgia and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Southeast Region
Grants of $1,000 to Georgia schools, organizations, and businesses for projects that create or enhance outdoor pollinator habitats. Funded projects must include an educational component (e.g., signage, brochures, outreach, etc.) regarding pollination.
A certificate and sign for each of these programs will be awarded at no charge when the project has been completed.
Monarchs Across Georgia Pollinator Habitat grants can be used to fund the following:
- Plants, seeds, soil amendments, mulch, hard-scape (raised beds, trellises, basking or puddling features...) and irrigation equipment
- Instructional materials directly used for and related to the project, i.e., seed-starting/growing system, hand lenses, field guides, children’s books, curriculum guides
- Signage, brochure, or materials directly related to the project’s educational component
- Professional development directly related to the utilization of pollinator habitat (limited to $250)
- Registration and certification as a Monarch Waystation through Monarch Watch
GrantWatch ID#: 162449
Funds will be distributed in January 2016 as soon as signed sub-agreements and any questions concerning the application have been answered.
All funds must be expended according to the proposed plan with the final report due by June 15, 2016.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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