- Protecting Virginia’s scenic viewsheds
- Promoting more walkable and bicycle friendly options in communities
- Promoting tree planting, roadside wildflower and scenic byway programs
It is their plan to install a cleanup station at the central location of their tennis courts. This station will educate residents and visitors about the impacts of litter, while also providing the opportunity to put litter in its place, and make a positive impact in the community.
The Guardian Angels will construct raised flower beds in selected front yards in Jackson Ward.
We awarded Friends of Peak Creek (FOPC), an organization based in Pulaski, a $750 30 in Thirty grant for their litter prevention project.
Galax Public Art Committee will then team up with local artists to settle on the final design before beginning the project on July 8th.
We awarded Keep Hopewell Beautiful (KHB) a $1,000 grant for their Beautification project.
We celebrated the first Earth Day in 1970, but almost 50 years later, we’re not quite done.
It’s another season of 30 in Thirty Grants, and another season of beautiful things to do in Virginia!