St. Croix Valley Master Gardeners Association annually awards several grants, up to $250 per recipient, for horticultural or public garden beautification projects within Pierce or St. Croix County.
Proposals for consideration of grant requests were due March 13, 2017 - the Application process is closed for this year.
SCVMGA Community Service Grant Application and Guidelines
(same Application document as above, in Word, for electronic filing option)
Grant recipients must submit an Evaluation Report to St. Croix Valley Master Gardeners Association following the grant award and project implementation.
Evaluation forms must be submitted by October 1, 2017.
SCVMGA Grantee Project Evaluation Form
(same Evaluation document as above, in Word, for electronic filing option)
The Saint Croix Valley Master Gardener Association is a nonprofit organization that serves the community by providing environmental stewardship and information on horticulture to the residents of Pierce and St. Croix counties. The organization is currently accepting applications for grants for the 2017 SCVMGA Community Grant Fund.
The SCVMGA considers grant applications for the following: beautification of public spaces, horticultural education of the public, community gardens, and/or youth horticulture education.
Grant applications were due by Monday March 13, 2017. Grant awards will be announced by April 30, 2017.
The 2017 Community Grant application with instructions and project specifications is available here or email Phyllis Jaworski at firstname.lastname@example.org or Denise Flaherty with questions about the grant application.
2015 Grant Recipients
Seated: Kerry Peterson, Pat Tremaine, Susan Capparelli, Paul VanDenMeerendonk. Standing: Kathy Geraets, John Norquist, Ramona Robinson O’Brien, Sharon Gilles, Jeff Peters, Phyllis Jaworski, Clark Hagemeyer, Sue Klatt, August Hoffman, Dianne Wright, Jeanne Schmidt, Anita Voiles, Beth Stidham, Cathie Burtzlaff, Barbara Nelson.