Outdoor Nonprofits: Apply by March 1 to Receive $50,000 in the Greater Outdoors Project
Hey, outdoor-oriented nonprofits, want $50,000? Of course you do. To earn it, you can enter the Greater Outdoors Project, presented by Redwood Creek wines and Planet Green. Each year, nonprofits across the country take to the great outdoors planting trees, cleaning up hiking trails and working to keep our water clean -- the grant went to Trout Unlimited last year. Redwood Creek wines, along with Planet Green, are giving back to one of these organizations through the Greater Outdoors Project grant.
The last day to apply for the grant is Sunday, March 1, so hop to it; applications can be submitted through the Greater Outdoors site. Voting goes from April 1 to May 31, and then the judges -- including TreeHugger founder Graham Hill -- will pitch in to award the grant. Get all the details and fill out an application at the Greater Outdoors Project.