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2018 Hill County Master Gardeners Hill County Master Gardeners received their $500 check for their 2018 Community Improvement Grant.

NEWS RELEASE 

CONTACT: Patricia Redfearn, City of Grand Prairie, 972-237-8147 

COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT GRANTS

DALLAS, ELLIS, HILL, HUNT, JOHNSON, KAUFMAN, NAVARRO, PARKER, ROCKWALL AND TARRANT COUNTIES - Bluebonnet Resource Conservation and Development, Inc. is issuing its 2019 Community Improvement Grants Application.  Originally incorporated in 1993 as a non-profit organization, Bluebonnet RC&D provides assistance to a ten-county area, which includes Dallas, Ellis, Hill, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Navarro, Parker, Rockwall and Tarrant counties.  Local communities, non-profit organizations and schools in any of these ten counties are encouraged to apply for one of the three available “matching” grants of up to $500 each.  A matching grant is one in which the applicant will provide a 1:1 cash match for the funds that they are requesting.  Eligible grant projects include but are not limited to those that will provide community improvement such as; environmental resource conservation education, illegal dumping cleanup, gardening classes for growing food, community gardens, street signage, recreational equipment, improvement or creation of parks and community buildings.  The grant application may be accessed at: http://bluebonnetrcd.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/2019-Bluebonnet-RCD-Grant-Application.pdf.

 Deadline for applications is March 22, 2019 with awards being announced on March 30, 2019.  Project completion deadline is August 30, 2019.  Please visit bluebonnetrcd.org for more information.

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