- Protecting Virginia’s scenic viewsheds
- Promoting more walkable and bicycle friendly options in communities
- Promoting tree planting, roadside wildflower and scenic byway 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.
It’s another fantastic year of 30 in 30 Grants! Ready for our first 2015 winner?