- published: 05 Mar 2014
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There are many different options in which to fund future garden projects. In this video I touch on just a couple different ways you might be able to use your garden to generate some revenue for future garden or homestead purchases. These are certainly not the only ideas out there so be creative and resourceful with what your have... spring is just around the corner:)
There are many ways to fund a community garden. This includes rental fees, in-kind donations, scholarships, grants, volunteers, gifts of money, and supplies. Be creative when looking for funding sources! Produced by the Department of Communications at Kansas State University. For more information, visit our website at: http://www.kansasgreenyards.org
Tom Copley AM asks Sadiq Khan to withdraw the previous Mayor's commitment to underwrite the annual running costs of the Garden Bridge, ensure no further public funds are committed and to publish the names of anonymous corporate donors if they seek or have sought contracts with Transport for London.
https://www.patreon.com/BigelowBrook We're embarking on a new adventure to build a large aquaponic greenhouse on our farm in Connecticut. We need your help! A small contribution for each video will be used to help cover the costs of producing the videos and build the new system.
Southsea Greenhouse in Portsmouth were one of 80 community projects across the south east of England that shared in over £2.2million national lottery funding. Our reporter Shan Robins caught up with them to find out what they're doing with the money.
A volunteer committee has come together to build and fund a "Public Safety Memorial Garden" located adjacent to the Police and Fire Departments of Monterey, CA. Our goal is to create a serene location to commemorate our public safety responders that unselfishly dedicate their lives to serve the community. music: Aretes - Kevin MacLeod (available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license)
In October scores of volunteers from UnitedHealthcare's Green Bay offices spent a long, productive day at Seymour Park using shovels, rakes, wheelbarrows, and plenty of muscle power to transform the public space while doubling the size of community garden and adding an innovative new Edible Landscape Garden both thanks to financial support from UnitedHealthcare's advertising through CBS EcoMedia's WellnessAd program. In this recently released video vignette on the the garden projects you'll see how the space is designed to provide fresh, healthy and affordable produce for the local community and to allow families from lower income neighborhoods access to the garden to learn how to grow their own food organically and inexpensively. The improvements to the existing Seymour Park Community Ga...