2018 Roddey Jones Memorial Grant Application
Hanover Master Gardener Association
As part of the Virginia Cooperative Extension, the mission of the Hanover Master Gardeners Association is "Sharing knowledge. Empowering Communities." The Roddey Jones Memorial Grant was initiated to honor a leader of the Hanover Master Gardener Association (HMGA) by funding learning opportunities for Hanover County groups that apply to this grant program. Grant applications are accepted throughout the year. All applications received by the first day of each month will be reviewed by a judging committee, and submitted at the following month's HMGA Board meeting. Hanover Master Gardeners are available for consultation and education. Projects need to be completed within six months from the date the grant check is issued, unless otherwise approved in advance.
Eligibility: groups who reside or conduct business within Hanover County are eligible to apply. Grant awards will not be made to individuals.
Which focus area of horticulture or sustainable landscape management is being used for your program or project? *
The education programs and projects endorsed by the Hanover Master Gardener Association focus on concepts related to horticulture and sustainable landscape management. Sustainable landscape management is the term used to describe the implementation of landscape practices that promote the responsible use of natural resources in a manner that is environmentally, economically, socially and psychologically sustainable. Acceptable projects are based on one of the five areas listed.
Title of program or project *
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Name of school, business or group: *
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Name of person submitting application: *
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Description of person's relationship to the school, business or group.
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Phone number: *
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E-mail: *
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Amount of funding requested? (Maximum $500.00) *
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Who is your target population? *
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Number of participants: *
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Number of volunteers anticipated: *
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Number of people (not including participants and volunteers) who will be impacted by this program or project:
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1) Describe what you plan to do, and how it relates to implementation of practices that promote the responsible use of natural resources in a manner that is environmentally, economically, socially and psychologically sustainable. *
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2) What are the goals and objectives of your proposed project? How will it enable participants to acquire skills in sustainable landscape management? *
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3) Provide a detailed budget for use of funds, enumerating items and cost. Include other resources available for the proposed project, including funds or in-kind contributions, if applicable. *
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4) State the schedule of activities, planned start date, and anticipated length of time it will take to complete. *
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5) How will you evaluate the success of your project as it relates to your goals and objectives? *
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I agree to submit a report or presentation, which may be electronic, paper, or on project boards, as documentation to the Hanover Master Gardener Association upon completion of project, within six months from receiving the grant funds. *
Thank you for your interest in the Virginia Cooperative Extension!
Applications received by the first of the month will be evaluated, scored, and forwarded for review at the following month's HMGA Board meeting. Notice will be sent to the applicant (with check if a grant is awarded) within two weeks of the Board meeting.

If you have any questions, please contact Beckey Watson at abwatson723@gmail.com or (804) 227-3807; or Kristin Reihl at kjamkjam@comcast.net or (804) 798-2881. Visit HMGA at www.HanoverMasterGardeners.org

Printed grant applications may be mailed or delivered to:
Virginia Cooperative Extension
ATTN: HMGA Grants Committee
13015 Taylor Complex Lane
Ashland, VA 23005

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