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Manassas Plans Weeks with Thirty in 30 Grant

The Thirty in 30 Grant will help fund a project over 7 weeks this summer, in clean-ups, beautification, gardening, a community activism.

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Gloucester Sweeps Up Thirty in 30

Gloucester County is using their Grant Award to fight cigarette litter in their treasure – Beaverdam Park.

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Charlottesville Ministry Uses Thirty in 30 for Garden

Charlottesville Abundant Life Ministries has a community garden, but no water. Our Thirty in 30 Grant will pay for a rain collection system.

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Patrick Springs gets Thirty in 30 Seed Money

Patrick Springs Primary School will use their Thirty in 30 Grant money to expand their Bowl of Lettuce Community Garden.

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Thirty in 30 to Build Hoop House for Bridgewater College

They will use their Thirty in 30 Grant to build a hoop house for their garden, expanding their planting and growing seasons.

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Bristol Cleans Up with Thirty in 30

The Town of Bristol will use their Thirty in 30 Grant in a unique way to combat litter, employing resources that already exist.

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Transition Staunton Augusta wins Thirty in 30

Our Thirty in 30 Grant goes towards expanding the Newtown Community Garden with signage and fencing, bringing fresh produce to locals.

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Hidden Pond to get Prettier with Thirty in 30 Award

The Hidden Pond Nature Center will use their grant to transform an unused part of the park into an educational native plant garden.

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Buckroe Improvement League gets Thirty in 30

The Buckroe Improvement League will use a Thirty in 30 Grant Award to fight cigarette litter by distributing pamphlets & pocket ashtrays.

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Angler’s Club in Orange reels in Thirty in 30

The Orange County High School Angler’s Club wins a $500 Thirty in 30 Recycling Grant for a program to recycle fishing line and lures.

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SEED gets Seed Money with Thirty in 30 Grant

SEED will use the Thirty in 30 grant of $500 to improve their Richmond-based community garden.

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Potowmack Elementary grabs Thirty in 30

This Sterling school will expand their recycling efforts in the cafeteria.

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