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National Garden Clubs is excited to continue its partnership with the premier provider of organic plant foods and potting soils – The Espoma Company. Espoma is a manufacturer of organic fertilizers for gardeners nationwide and offers over 70 organic products and manufactures over 50 million pounds of organic fertilizer per year. Espoma’s commitment to environmental sustainability extends to its manufacturing facility that is 100% solar powered with panels covering 67,000 sq. ft. and producing over 810,000 kilowatt hours of electricity - enough to power over 70 homes for a full year. This saves more than 1.6 million pounds of greenhouse gas emissions annually and reduces as much C02 as planting two million trees. 

Applying for the Espoma Plant America grant is easy. Simply click on the link to the Espoma Grant Program Application, scroll down to find and then complete the form, add any ‘before’ photos, and click ’submit.’

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  • awardThe First Espoma Grant Winner
    Espoma Grant Winner Hobart GC

    Hobart Garden Club

    The first Espoma Plant America grant was awarded in July of 2017 to the Hobart Garden Club in Hobart, Indiana.

    The club used the award to support the creation of a rooftop vegetable garden at a veteran’s home in nearby Gary.

    The garden is tended by residents and the produce is used in their kitchen, greatly increasing the amount of nutrient-dense green vegetables available.

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    Espoma Grant Winner Thomas Jefferson GC

    Thomas Jefferson Garden Club

    The Thomas Jefferson Garden Club used their grant to maintain and expand a rooftop garden at the McGuire's Veterans Hospital in Richmond, VA.

    The project includes a sensory garden for the patients with head trauma and visual impairment.

    The garden also provides a visual uplift to those patients who have rooms that border the garden. It has become a refuge for both patients and hospital staff.

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    Espoma Grant Winner Roselle Park GC

    Roselle Park District Garden Club

    The Roselle Park District Garden Club in Roselle Park, IL worked with the local school district and Food Pantry to create a community garden located on school grounds.

    This project provided ongoing education and direct interaction for students, while the harvest from this vegetable garden was donated to the food pantry. The project yielded over 1,600 lbs. of fresh produce and herbs to the pantry.