[sust-mar] Wildflower seed grants to enhance pollinator habitat, Canada
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WILDFLOWER SEED GRANTS
Opportunity: Wildflower seed grants to enhance pollinator habitat
Type: projects / self directed / volunteer
Organization: Wildlife Preservation Canada
Are you looking to create or enhance pollinator habitat on a landscape scale? If so, we can help.
Wildlife Preservation Canada will provide native wildflower seed for planting in pollinator habitat projects all across Canada. Individuals or not-for-profit groups may apply - applications are due by July 28, 2017. Winners will be selected and seeds shipped in time for fall planting. Winning projects will be featured on our website.
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