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Celebrate Wild Ones awards 14 Seeds for Education grants

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Celebrate Seeds For Education Grant Recipients In February 2018, Wild Ones awarded 14 Lorrie Otto Seeds for Education grants to educational projects in 11 states. Judges evaluated 43 applications from 21 states—more than at any other time since the program began in 1997. In total, 253 Seeds for Education Native Gardens and Habitats have been more »

Seeds For Education Grants

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Seeds For Education Grant Submissions Due October 15, 2017 For the last 20 years, the Wild Ones Lorrie Otto Seeds for Education (SFE) program has provided small grants  of up to $500 nationwide to bring nature into schoolyards and community sites with native landscapes such as butterfly and pollinator gardens, nature trails, wildlife habitats and more »

Helping a Teacher with an SFE Grant Application

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At this time of year, many schoolteachers and leaders of youth groups (4-H, scouts, religious groups, etc.) are putting the final touches on their applications for the Seeds for Education grant program. (Grant applications are due on October 15.) We encourage applicants to confer with their local Wild Ones chapter, with a Wild Ones Nursery more »