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Grayson Highlands Bags 30 in 30

Grayson Highlands State Park in Mouth of Wilson will purchase cigarette urns, reducing litter and preventing a fire hazard.

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Pulaski Group Wins 30 in 30

Friends of Peak Creek will improve recycling at the Historic Pulaski Train Station.

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Virginia Union Grabs 30 in 30

Virginia Union University will use their Grant to purchase additional recycling bins and raise awareness around the campus.

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Orange School Scoops up 30 in 30

Prospect Heights Middle School will convert a hill on campus into a native meadow and natural area with their Grant.

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Aquarium Nets 30 in 30 Grant!

The Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center will use their Grant to install recycling containers on and around their ocean-going vessel.

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Dinwiddie Church Wins 30 in 30

New Faith That Works Christian Church will use their Grant to purchase cleanup supplies and create educational materials.

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A 30 in 30 For Oysters!

The Virginia Oyster Shell Recycling Program is getting a Grant to expand their efforts.

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Bluefield Grabs 30 in 30

Employees will use their 30 in 30 Grant Award to hold a community cleanup this summer.

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RVA Clean Sweep Sweeps Up 30 in 30

They have led 32 cleanups and logged over 450 volunteer hours.

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Keep Portsmouth Beautiful Wins 30 in 30

They will use their Grant to install recycling containers at nTelos Pavilion, a 6,500 seat amphitheater.

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Rockfish Hooks 30 in 30

Rockfish Valley Community Center will use their Grant to beautify a creek, replace native species, and make the area inviting for families.

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Richard Bland Wins 30 in 30

Today’s 30 in 30 Grant will provide Richard Bland College with $750 in seed money to start a recycling program!

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