Applications for the 2017 Conservation Mini-Grant are now being accepted. The Mini-Grant program is open to non-profit organizations such as schools, watershed groups, municipalities, community groups, and civic associations. Applications for this competitive program will be accepted through March 3, 2017.
The Mini-Grant program is made possible through the District’s Conservation Fund, which utilizes profits from the District’s Annual Meeting, yearly Tree Sale, and operational fees to support the implementation of small conservation projects throughout Franklin County. These funds are made available through an annual mini-grant program to outside organizations for conservation implementation. Funds are also available year-round for Franklin Soil and Water staff to implement projects in coordination with local partners. To date, thirteen grants have been awarded to deserving non-profits.
*You will need the most up to date Adobe Acrobat to fill out an online application. When you click on the link above, you will be prompted in the upper left corner to open the PDF fill form in Adobe Acrobat. You will see a Submit Form button in the upper right hand corner if opened correctly.
Franklin Soil and Water will send you a confirmation email once your application has been received. If you do not receive notification within 2 business days, please contact us.