- Protecting Virginia’s scenic viewsheds
- Promoting more walkable and bicycle friendly options in communities
- Promoting tree planting, roadside wildflower and scenic byway programs
The grant money awarded will be used to purchase flowers and shrubs to beautify the school grounds of the county Alternative Programs
The Newport News Green Foundation will use their Grant to transform an elementary school courtyard into a beautiful outdoor classroom.
This Richmond group will use their Grant to beautify a city-owned property in a local neighborhood.
Thanks to senior Ashley Coates, the college will use their Grant to beautify a prominent building on campus.
Prospect Heights Middle School will convert a hill on campus into a native meadow and natural area with their Grant.
Rockfish Valley Community Center will use their Grant to beautify a creek, replace native species, and make the area inviting for families.
The City of Winchester has been awarded a 30 in 30 Grant in the Beautification Category. These grants are made possible by Altria and MeadWestvaco.