Grants (a.k.a. money) for your ideas

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Always wanted to build a playground, school garden, add to your neighborhood park, or library? The MSU extension office painstakingly lists  available grant programs. If you don’t have a project in mind yet, check out available grants for ideas.

Intimidated by “grant writing”? There is no magic to it, and you don’t need a special degree, just a good dose of enthusiasm. A lot of grants are easy online forms. For others, shoot us a comment with your ideas, and we’ll connect you with community resources to help.

At the time of this writing the list contained close to 200 available grants. Below are just a few fun grants with upcoming due dates:

Jamba Juice (due 2/18): http://grants.kidsgardening.org/its-all-about-fruit-and-veggies

Grow Your Park (due 2/6): http://www.nrpa.org/garden/

Do something (Seeds and other grants, weekly): http://www.dosomething.org/grants/seed-grants

Enjoy, and start doing something 🙂


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Sophia Sparklin

Growing up in a family with generations in medical practice, Sophia discovered her passion for architecture during an internship 1996. Since then Sophia received formal and informal education in Germany and the US. At Arizona State University she was honored by the Henry Adams Certificate for graduating on top of her (Master of Architecture) class in 2005.