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Mecklenburg SWCD along with the North Carolina Association of Soil and Water Conservation District and the Foundation for Soil and Water Conservation, Inc. provide financial and volunteer assistance for conservation education projects and programs. Click on the links below for more details:
MSWCD Outdoor Classroom GrantThe Mecklenburg Soil and Water Conservation District Outdoor Classroom Grant is a program available to educators which include teachers and principals in Mecklenburg County schools serving grades K-12. The purpose of the grant is to support environmental education projects that promote environmental awareness and stewardship in Mecklenburg County.For additional information please contact Anganette Byrd at 704-336-2455.Auxiliary - Classroom GrantThe Auxiliary - Classroom Grant is sponsored by the North Carolina Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts Auxiliary. The purpose of the grant is to provide funding to classroom teachers for projects to enhance learning using conservation and environmental practices. Eligible educators include teachers and principals in North Carolina schools serving grades K-12. Grants of up to $500 are awarded. To view guidelines and print application click here. For additional information please contact your local Soil and Water Conservation District. Find your local district. Outdoor Environmental Learning Centers Program GrantThe NC Foundation for Soil and Water Conservation's Board of Directors (Foundation) is pleased to announce that the Walmart Foundation is providing a $50,000 for the establishment of Outdoor Environmental Learning Centers on public spaces (school campuses and other public accessible places). For each approved project, up to $2,500 in funding will be provided for the basic materials to build the OELC facility or enhance an existing OELC facility with a match requirement of $2,500. The match source can be in the form of cash, donations, or volunteer time. To view program guidelines and print application please follow link. For additional information please contact your local Soil and Water Conservation District. Find your local district.
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