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Jug Bay Canoe Guide Training

Canoe Guide Training 2022 May 14, 2022  Saturday Jug Bay Canoe Guide Training 10:00 am – 6 pm Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary 1361 Wrighton Rd, Lothian, MD 20711 Paddling enthusiasts wanted! Do you love to get out on the water? Here is your chance to share your love with others by assisting to lead canoe…

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Unity Gardens Grant Cycle Now Open– Grants Up to $3000 Available

The Unity Gardens grant cycle is NOW OPEN. Unity Gardens awards grants to Anne Arundel County volunteers to use the power of native plants to address issues like stormwater runoff, pollution and habitat loss. From now until March 1, Unity Gardens will accept proposals for up to $3,000 to purchase native trees, shrubs, perennials, and…

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Grants up to $3000 for native plants in Anne Arundel County – Deadline March 1

Each Spring and Fall, Unity Gardens awards grants to Anne Arundel County communities to support planting initiatives that use the power of native plants to address issues like stormwater runoff, pollution and habitat loss. Unity Gardens will continue to fund grants up to $1,000 as we have since 2003. In addition, we’ll also be funding…

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Unity Gardens will DOUBLE Grant Funds Available This Spring

It’s one month until Unity Gardens starts accepting proposals for Spring grant projects and we are excited to DOUBLE the funds available this spring. Each Spring and Fall, Unity Gardens awards grants to Anne Arundel County communities to support planting initiatives that use the power of native plants to address issues like stormwater runoff, pollution…

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GreenGive Seeking New Partner Organizations – LAST CALL

The GreenGive, an Anne Arundel County-based coalition of environmental nonprofits, is open to partnering with new organizations during GreenGive 2022. The GreenGive is a collaborative, online fundraising campaign designed to raise money, increase visibility, and expand residents’ and businesses’ engagement with Anne Arundel County environmental organizations, issues, projects and actions. The GreenGive 2022 is scheduled…

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GreenGive Seeking New Partner Organizations

The GreenGive, an Anne Arundel County-based coalition of environmental nonprofits, is open to partnering with new organizations during GreenGive 2022. The GreenGive is a collaborative, online fundraising campaign designed to raise money, increase visibility, and expand residents’ and businesses’ engagement with Anne Arundel County environmental organizations, issues, projects and actions. The GreenGive 2022 is scheduled…

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GreenGive Seeking New Partner Organizations- Anne Arundel County

The GreenGive, an Anne Arundel County-based coalition of environmental nonprofits, is open to partnering with new organizations during GreenGive 2022. The GreenGive is a collaborative, online fundraising campaign designed to raise money, increase visibility, and expand residents’ and businesses’ engagement with Anne Arundel County environmental organizations, issues, projects and actions. The GreenGive 2022 is scheduled…

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Grant Deadline for Native Gardening Projects is Approaching on August 1

Unity Gardens is accepting applications until August 1 for community native gardening projects that will take place this fall. Visit https://unitygardens.org/grant-information/ to learn more!

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Grant Deadline for Native Gardening Projects is Approaching on August 1, 2021

Unity Gardens is accepting applications until August 1 for community native gardening projects that will take place in Anne Arundel County this fall. Grants can be used to purchase native trees, shrubs, and perennials. Visit https://unitygardens.org/grant-information/ to learn more.

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Only ONE WEEK LEFT to Apply for a Native Gardening Grant- Unity Gardens

Unity Gardens funds up to $1000 for native plants for volunteer-led native gardening projects in Anne Arundel County. Applications are due March 1. Typical groups funded are faith-based organizations, homeowners associations, scouts, schools, and Watershed Steward and Master Gardener projects.  Projects should use native plants to address issues like habitat loss, erosion, and stormwater runoff….

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