Thursday, June 30, 2022
June 30, 2022

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Master gardeners grants awarded

The Columbian

HAZEL DELL — The Master Gardeners Foundation of Clark County Board of Directors has approved the 2022 grant requests totaling $34,615 that will support local horticultural education activities. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to fundraising efforts to help support the WSU Extension Master Gardener Program and to promote research-based horticulture practices through hands-on education, demonstration programs and experiences.

Recipients of this year’s grants include: WSU Clark County Master Gardener Program, Clark County Veterans Garden, Fort Vancouver Historic Site Interpretive Garden, Minnie Stromgren Memorial Gardens, Heritage Farm Organic Practices Demonstration Field, 4-H Restorative Community Service Garden, Farm to Fork Heritage Farm tours, Hazel Dell School and Community Garden, Maplewood Moseley Community Garden, Clark County Adventist Community Garden, Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Garden and Roots to Road program.

Revenue to support these grants is generated primarily from the annual Mother’s Day Weekend Plant Sale held at the 78th Street Heritage Farm. This year’s sale will be held by appointment on May 5-6 and open to the public on May 7.

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