Apply for grazing grants by the end of June

There hasn’t been a better time to apply for the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Marketing’s Farm Agronomic Practices Program (FAP).

Grants offered for water quality projects

The Vermont Housing and Conservation Board is offering grants as large as $40,000 to farmers for projects that help protect water quality.

St. Stephen’s offers grants to community

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church of Middlebury is using money earned through its annual Peasant Market to offer grants to the community. 

Research grants available for Lake Champlain

The South Lake Champlain Fund supports projects focused on education and research concerning the cultural and ecological history and heritage of Southern Lake Champlain.

Apply for funds to help protect our watershed

The Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP) seeks proposals for projects that support local watershed groups and provide opportunities for informing and involving the public in Lake Champlain outreach initiatives in the Lake Champlain watershed.

ACORN aids value-added producers with new grant money

ACORN was one of eight project proposals to share $324,467 in Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets grants to help fruit, vegetable, and value-added producers increase consumer access to locally produced food.

Over $48K awarded in ‘Spark’ grants

The Vermont Community Foundation recently announced that its Spark Connecting Community grant program has awarded $48,080 to 17 nonprofit organizations for projects focusing on creative placemaking in communities across the state.

Lake group seeking grant proposals

The Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP), in partnership with NEIWPCC has announced a Request for Technical Pre-Proposals for services to further the goals and objectives of the Lake Champlain management plan Opportunities for Action.

Apply for a working lands grants

The Working Lands Enterprise Board (WLEB) is seeking applications for funding of projects that will allow a Vermont farm, food or forest business to invest in and scale-up their business.

Grants available for environmental education

Teachers of all age levels are encouraged to develop proposals of up to $800 to support the Otter Creek Audubon Society mission of encouraging a culture of conservation.

Vermont tourism grants are now available

MONTPELIER — The Department of Tourism and Marketing (VDTM) has launched a new Tourism and Economic Recovery Marketing Grant Program. The grants are funded through a $600,000 appropriation by the Vermont Legislature to provide grants to organizations in s … (read more)

Call for applications: Artist development grants

The Vermont Arts Council is now accepting applications for its next round of Artist Development Grants. The deadline for this current round is May 10. Artist Development Grants support artists at all stages of their careers. Grants can fund activities tha … (read more)

New veterinarians get grants

VERMONT — The Vermont Veterinary Medical Association (VVMA) has awarded nearly $30,000 in grants to three Vermont food animal veterinarians, including Dr. Anne Murphy of Weybridge. The veterinarians commit to a year of service in food animal practice in u … (read more)

Neat Repeats grant recipients announced

MIDDLEBURY — Neat Repeats awarded $24,807 in grants this fall to local agencies. Grants were awarded as follows: $4,500, Housing Solutions at HOPE; $4,000, Scholarships at MAUHS, MUHS, VUHS (total of 8); $2,400, HOPE Food Shelf; $2,000; Dental needs (3); … (read more)

Customer cash giveaways set for local downtowns

ADDISON COUNTY — The Addison County Chamber of Commerce, Better Middlebury Partnership, Bristol CORE, and Vergennes Partnership recently collaborated on a consumer stimulus grant proposal. The groups have now received $40,000 in grants from the Vermont Ag … (read more)