Chesapeake Bay Stewardship Program Supports Edible Rain Garden Project in Richmond
Here is a great story about how private corporations and non-profits work together. The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s Chesapeake Bay Stewardship Program’s funding comes from private companies including Altria, Shell, CSX, Walmart and FedEx as well as federal agencies including the Environmental Protection Agency, the Natural Resources Conservation Service and the U.S. Forest Service.
In Richmond the Chesapeake Bay Stewardship Fund monies will fund an improvement project that not only provides educational outreach to the Church Hill area of Richmond ,but will also provide healthy food options for neighborhood families and a cleaner Chesapeake Bay.
It is a win-win-win.
Watch covereage of the grant award and learn more about the project from WTVR News Channel 6
Read more about the Church Hill Activities and Tutoring program on their web site at: