Burbank Announces $15,000 in Garden Grants

Burbank Water and Power will be offering two grants for the development of water-efficient demonstration gardens this year.

The program is anticipated to continue over the near four years.
"The grants available for the Demonstration Gardens are up to $15,000 per grant," said Joe Flores of the BWP. "There will be two grants awarded per year for the next four years totaling up to $120,000 in grant funds."

"A demonstration garden really inspires people by showing how beautiful their landscape could be while using a fraction of the water they are using now," said Timothy Wheeler, a landscape consultant. "The sponsor organization benefits by having a beautiful rich garden that increases their visibility and can help highlight their services.”

Click here to apply for the Community Demonstration Garden Grant application or contact the BWP Conservation Department at (818) 238-3730.

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Anonymous said...

The grants available for the Demonstration Gardens are up to $15,000 per grant. There will be two grants awarded per year for the next four years totaling up to $120,000 in grant funds.

Joe Flores, Marketing Associate
Burbank Water and Power

LCinLA said...

Thanks for correcting this post. I'm going to re-post so people get the correct info.