Growing Together Montana
About the Project
Growing Together Montana (GTMT) is a collaboration between the MSU Extension Nutrition Education Program and the Master Gardener program that provides grants to active Master Gardener volunteers with a focus on growing and donating produce to local food banks and other emergency food resources. Master Gardeners also have the opportunity to work with SNAP-Ed instructors in their communities to provide nutrition education to the individuals and families that utilize the food banks. Montana will be joining Iowa, Nebraska, Michigan, Illinois, Wyoming, and Indiana in offering this grant opportunity.
GTMT Grant Application Information
Who can apply?
Active Master Gardener volunteers of any level!
When are applications due?
Applications are due on March 12th, 2021.
How much funding will I receive?
Applicants may request up to $2,000 for their projects.
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Please carefully read the Project Description and Overview before beginning the application.
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Project Coordinator: Lydia Sakowski
Master Gardener Coordinator: Dara Palmer
This Institution Is An Equal Opportunity Provider.