Grant Funds for Greening Vacant Lots
The Office of Sustainability’s Baltimore Green Network is hosting a workshop/webinar on Tuesday, January 29 from 10 -11 a.m. at 417 E. Fayette, 8th Floor.
The Chesapeake Bay Trust has posted a grant called “Green Streets, Green Jobs, Green Towns” (G3) grant and the Baltimore Office of Sustainability has given $49,000 for a portion of this grant for projects to green vacant lots in Baltimore in the Baltimore Green Network’s focus areas (Shipley Hill, Carrollton Ridge, Boyd-Booth, Druid Heights, Upton, Sandtown-Winchester, Harlem Park, Broadway East and South Clifton Lake) and the Violence Reduction Areas.
This webinar will include all of the necessary information for the Baltimore Vacant Lots portion of the G3 grant. The workshop will be streamed at https://livestream.com/accounts/17371294
For more information on the workshop/webinar, contact Kim Knox, Greening Coordinator for the Baltimore Green Network at 410-396-5902.
Kimberley M. Knox
City of Baltimore │Department of Planning’s Office of Sustainability │Baltimore Green Network
417 E. Fayette St., 8th Floor │Baltimore, MD 21202