We’re pleased to announce the second year of the Small is Beautiful mini-‘grant’ program. The program is part of on-going Cornell Garden-based Learning effort to foster ecological practices, to encourage county collaborations and to meaningfully engage youth. Small is Beautiful offers counties the opportunity for proposal writing and program development on a manageable scale.
Grants are awarded to Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) county-based programs that foster ecological practices, encourage county collaborations and meaningfully engage youth.
Proposals are due March 15th. Funding of $250- $400 is available per grantee. For more information and how to apply please visit: http://blogs.cornell.edu/garden/grow-your-program/small-is-beautiful-grants/
Additionally – stay tuned to this blog and our newsletter. We’ll be offering a short webinar open to the public on Writing a Strong Grant Proposal.