Kodak American Greenways Awards Program
Posted by on April 9, 2007
The Kodak American Greenways Awards Program, a partnership project of the Eastman Kodak Company, The Conservation Fund, and the National Geographic Society, provides small grants to stimulate the planning and design of greenways in communities throughout America . Grants may be used for activities such as: mapping, ecological assessments, surveying, conferences, and design activities; developing brochures, interpretative displays, audio-visual productions or public opinion surveys; hiring consultants, incorporating land trusts, building a foot bridge, planning a bike path, or other creative projects. In general, grants can be used for all appropriate expenses needed to complete a greenway project including planning, technical assistance, legal and other costs. Awards will primarily go to local, regional, or statewide nonprofit organizations. While the maximum grant award size is $2,500, most grants range from $500 to $1,500. Go <a href="http://www.conservationfund.org/?article=2106">http://www.conservationfund.org/?article=2106</a> to apply (from now until June 1st) or for more info.
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