Grant Opportunities

$800 Environmental Steward Mini-Grant – U.S.

$800 Environmental Steward Mini-Grant – U.S.


Deadline: 30-Apr-21

The Anderson County Soil & Water Conservation District is seeking applications for its Environmental Steward Mini-Grant program. This Grant is for someone that needs assistance on a project related to protecting the environment, sustainable farming, or environmental outreach and education.

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The Anderson County Soil & Water Conservation District is a sub-division of state government charged with meeting fundamental land, water, and related natural resource problems at the local level.

Funding Information

$800 is available for funding.
Eligibility Criteria

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Who is eligible?
Anderson County Residents
Qualifications:
Must reside in Anderson County.
Must actively participate in some form of environmental stewardship or volunteerism.
Need assistance on a project related to protecting the environment, sustainable farming, or environmental outreach and education.
Applications Criteria

Project information: (500 words)
Is this a new or existing project?
List organizations, and their contributions, that have or will contribute to applicants’ project (if applicable).
Describe the project to be funded. Include applicants’ goal, involvement and how this grant will be used.
Sustainability: (500 words)
What is applicants’ action plan to learn more and to engage their community in the project?
How does applicant plan to sustain this project over time?
For more information, visit http://www.andersonswcd.org/mini-grant.php

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