Every grant recipient must complete a final grant report once their project has been implemented. Please click HERE to submit your final report. If you would prefer to download and email your report, please download the Final Report instructions HERE.
- Grant Deadlines: Fall Grants: November 15 and Spring Grants: July 15.
- Organizations will be asked to return money that was not used or for which you do not have a receipt.
- Timely reporting and good communication ensures that your group remains in good standing if you decide to apply for another Unity Garden grant in the future.
Check out these planting guidelines to help give you guidance on best practices before, during, and after you plant your native plants.
Photo Release Form
Unity Gardens uses photos of our grant projects to inform and educate about our work, and the value of native plants. Photos may be used on Unity Gardens’ social media pages, our website, and in print. By submitting photos to Unity Gardens, you are certifying that all persons depicted in the photos you share with us have signed a Photo Release Form.
Local Sources for Native Plants
Finding the exact native plant you want can be challenging. The good news is there are mores sources than ever to find natives. Here’s a recent list we put together.
Each grant project will receive a metal 12 x 16 in Unity Gardens sign for their project at no charge. The sign will have holes so you can screw it to a fence, building, or you can use the post provided. If you notify us of your planting days, we’ll aim to deliver to sign on a garden work day.
Maryland Pollinator Pathway
Have you joined the Maryland Pollinator Pathway yet? It only takes a minute and it’s free. Here’s how! Please notify Joni when you’ve registered so we can count you in!
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