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Nature’s Path 8th annual funding program – Three $15,000 grants available in 2017

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USA and Canada: Submit your application by June 23rd at 11:59 AM PST

2016 Winners

Occupy Madison Village Gardens: Providing safety, shelter and respect to people without stable housing, OM village consists of tiny (99 sq foot) homes, a community garden, and a shared lifestyle of practicing sustainability. The community garden not only provides nourishing organic food to residents, it is a tool to build community and education across socioeconomic divides.

DeKalb County Community Gardens: Aiming to end hunger and food insecurity in DeKalb County, the community garden provides access to fresh, local, sustainably-grown food for anyone in need. With over 55 gardens across the county, the community garden has a range of educational programs and brings a wide range of people together to build stronger, more sustainable neighborhoods.

Revelstoke Local Food Initiative Society: With educational programs that reach everyone from preschoolers to seniors, the Revelstoke LFI aims to cultivate vibrant, resilient local food system giving all citizens access to a food growing space. With wheel-chair accessible gardens, a mini orchard, rain-barrel irrigation, washtables and more – they are the hub for all “local organic food” in the area.

See application here.