Projects

   SCR Regional Director’s Project – 2021-2023

     “Fun with Pollinators”

Our theme “Plant America - Embrace the Future” coincides with the NGC project, “Plant America - Play Outside”. The purpose of the SCR Director’s project “Fun with Pollinators” will involve youth in our four states leading them in projects that provide education about pollinator gardens and projects and promote the objectives of NGC. Projects to consider pollinator  gardens or projects  at schools, churches, youth garden clubs and other youth organizations.

Prize Awarded:

$100 - Presented to the club sponsoring the best Youth Pollinator Garden

$100  - Presented to the club sponsoring the best Youth Pollinator Project (Construction of Bat Houses, Mason Bees Houses, etc.)

Resources include:

•Power Pollinator Book available for download from www.gardenclub.org

•Plant America Grants and Youth Pollinator Grants sponsored by NGC and

described on the website www.gardenclub.org

Who May Apply: Any individual garden club that is a member of National Garden Clubs, Inc., and South-Central Region. One project per garden club may be submitted.

Application Deadline: Chairman must receive on or before December1, 2022, via email.

How to Apply: The application will be on the SCR website, in “The Communicator” and available through the State Presidents.

 

 

Program Criteria: Involving and educating youth in our community on critical issues about pollinators, total involvement and participation by club members and youth from youth garden clubs, schools, or youth organizations. A report (not to exceed three pages) describing the project and including lists of garden club members and youth involved and photos must be submitted to the Chairman.

Questions: Nancy Rana, Chairman of the Director’s Project “Fun with Pollinators”,

350 Plantation Drive East, Heber Springs, AR 72543

Phone:(501)206-7401               E-mail: nancygmrana@gmail.com

National Garden Clubs Inc. has established a grant program for clubs entitled PLANT AMERICA Community Project Grants. It may be done in one simple application process. The purpose is to provide financial support for new or existing projects. The types of projects included are beautification and/or restoration, community gardens, School gardens/classroom, Habitat for Humanity to name a few.

Check NGC’s website for details and application form. www.gardenclub.org


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