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Nottoway Middle Wins 30 in 30

This Crewe middle school will use a 30 in 30 Grant to make a 2 year old community garden sustainable. All students will participate.

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Friends of Rappahannock Get 30 in 30

This Fredericksburg group will use their grant to hold 5 cleanups at 35 different sites along the river.

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Clover Hill Elementary Plants 30 in 30

This Midlothian elementary school will use their Award to beautify temporary trailers with environmental themes and gardens.

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Riverheads High Wins 30 in 30

The Gladiators in Staunton loves to recycle. Our Grant will allow them to rent a bigger recycling bin, and double their efforts.

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Clean Fairfax Sweeps in 30 in 30

The Clean Fairfax Council will use their Grant to purchase mesh, reusable grocery bags for their popular farmers’ market.

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Saint James Catholic School Nets 30 in 30

This Falls Church school will use their Grant to install pollinator gardens throughout their grounds.

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Stafford County Program Plants 30 in 30

The grant money awarded will be used to purchase flowers and shrubs to beautify the school grounds of the county Alternative Programs

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Moving and Shaking at Keep Virginia Beautiful

Earth Month is always busy, what with our 30 in 30 Grants. This Spring has proven particularly busy for us.

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Newport News Green Scoops Up 30 in 30

The Newport News Green Foundation will use their Grant to transform an elementary school courtyard into a beautiful outdoor classroom.

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VersAbility Wins 30 in 30

They will use their Grant award to increase public education about electronics recycling and provide jobs for people with disabilities.

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Maymont Civic League Grabs 30 in 30

This Richmond group will use their Grant to beautify a city-owned property in a local neighborhood.

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Bridgewater College wins 30 in 30 Grant

Thanks to senior Ashley Coates, the college will use their Grant to beautify a prominent building on campus.

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