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Columbus, OH 43212
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Conservation Mini-Grant Awardees

Congratulations to the 2021 Conservation Mini-Grant Recipients!
    • Heart of Ohio Family Health - Community Garden in Northern Lights for Using Urban-Runoff to Grow a Pollinator Habitat

    • Village of Marble Cliff for Tarpy Woods Stream and Wetland Restoration

    • South Side Family Farms for Urban Garden Rainwater Collection and Living Hillside

     


    We appreciate all of the hard work you are doing for conservation in Franklin County!

    2020 Mini-Grant Awardees

    • City of Grove City Native Plantings at Hoover Crossing Park
    • Jones Middle School for Habitat Restoration at OSU golf course
    • Willow Brook Condominium Association for Turkey Run streambank stablization and revegetation

    2019 Mini-Grant Awardees

    • City of Gahanna Department of Parks & Recreation: West Side Park native habitat install
    • Clinton Township: Native Plantings in two community pocket parks.
    • Ecole Kenwood Parent Teacher Organization: Dry Stream Bed and Mini-wetland Outdoor Classroom. 
    • Franklin County Public Facilities Management: Early Run North Tree Planting 
    • South Eastmoor Civic Association: Park Sign Pollinator Plot


    2018 Mini-Grant Awardees

    • Canal Winchester Human Services: Rainwater storage and soil improvement for use with community garden
    • Southeach, Inc. (Friends Community Garden): Enhancing community garden and green space with native trees and plants
    • Worthington Hills Garden Club: Bioretention/rain garden installation for filtering runoff and habitat improvement at Worthington Hills Golf Course
    • Worthington Parks and Recreation Department: Landscaping and gardening with native plants at East Granville Road Park-Moses Wright Nature Area


    2017 Mini-Grant Awardees

    • Jefferson Township: Kitsmiller Crossing Pond bank stabilization and landscaping. The proposed project will serve as a Township-wide education and outreach program for HOA-managed stormwater ponds.
    • The City of Reynoldsburg Parks and Rec Department: Establishment of 10acre native prairie from seed at 3 locations within Civic Park
    • High Point Elementary: An outdoor reading garden expansion project adjacent to FSWCD'd Tripp conservation easement
    • Ohio Association of Garden Clubs: Installing native trees and plants, along with soil prep, plant ID at Natural Resources Park's kayak pond and pioneer cabin.