Grant Funds Spent: Landscape Level 1, Rainbarrel

It's been a huge year for grant applications! 

2017 has brought an unusually large amount of grant applications. Because of this, the annual budget for Landscape Level 1 funding has been spent. Landscape Level 1 covers projects such as home raingardens, small shoreline restorations, and rainbarrels.

We apologize for any inconvenience this causes, but are glad to have our grant program so active. This allows us to get projects in the ground and keep making a positive impact on water quality.

Be sure to apply early in 2018 to get your project into the program! In the meantime, VLAWMO is available for advice and on-site consultations to help plan your project. 

 

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