The Maine Community Foundation's Conservation for All grant program was launched last year to seek applications for organizations and programs dedicated to helping the people of Maine get in touch with and access to outdoor activities.
The program seeks to build strong connections between people in Maine and its land and water sources through general support grants to organizations and projects. Grants up to $15,000 can be obtained.
In 2020, the Conservation for All grant program supported 18 different projects in all areas of Maine providing more than $200,000 in funding. Read the Entire Article
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