Grants available for community conservation projects

Grand River Conservation Foundation grants are now available


Applications are now being accepted from community groups and schools for Community Conservation Grants given out by the Grand River Conservation Foundation and the Grand River Conservation Authority.

Each year grants of up to $1,000 are awarded to qualified groups (must be a registered charity), or up to $500 for elementary schools, undertaking conservation projects in communities throughout the Grand River watershed. Eligible projects must be tangible and available for the use or benefit of the entire community.

The deadline for receipt of grant applications is May 2. The award recipients will be selected this summer with the cheque presentation taking place this fall. A final report may be requested of grant recipients within one year, or upon the successful completion of the project.

Applications can be downloaded from or by contacting the foundation in Cambridge at (519) 621-2763 ext. 2373 or by e-mail at

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