2013 Mini-Grant Works

Mini-Grant Dollars in action!

Here are some of the projects that were completed with help from our mini-grants in 2013. The seacoast is an even more beautiful place now! Thanks to the Environment & Conservation Committee for making this happen.

There is still time to apply for a 2014 grant. Check it out!

The Danielle Harmon Garden at Stratham Hill Park     Danielle Harmon Garden

Educational Herb Garden at Kingston Community Library

Kingston Library

Zen-inspired garden on Route 33 in Stratham         Dena Stern Garden

Water Street garden in Exeter

Water Street Garden

Stratham Historical Society building gardens

Stratham Historical Society

Kids’ Park Island garden in Exeter

Kids' Park Gwen Kenney

Herb garden at the Tuck Museum in Hampton

Hampton Historical Society

Knock-out roses for the island garden on Routes 111 and 27

David Briden Traffic Island

Center Street Circle garden in Exeter


Swasey Parkway gardens in Exeter

Swasey Parkway Volunteers

“A Splash of Color” at the Exeter Senior Center

Exeter Senior Center

A garden in front of the Exeter Housing Authority

Exeter Housing Authority

               A “Garden of Eatin” at the entrance to Seacoast Family Promise

Family Promise Veggie Garden

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3 thoughts on “2013 Mini-Grant Works

  1. Thanks for the pictures and all. I sure hope there are lots of gardeners finally believing Spring is coming. Sure hope they get their applications in too! No one should miss this chance to add to the beauty of our area and actually get some help doing it!

  2. What a beautiful difference these mini-grants have made, along with the vision and hard work from
    the community members. Everyone benefits and enjoys the beauty.

  3. Wow! What a difference these gardens make in the communities. I am so proud to be a member of our garden club that makes things like this happen!!! YEAH us!! 🙂

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