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Sandtown South Neighborhood Alliance will receive nearly $3,000 to create a productive flower farm and pollinator garden from the Chesapeake Bay Trust through the Chesapeake Bay Green Streets, Green Jobs, Green Towns Grant (G3) Program. The grants are also are designed to create green jobs and enhance livability in cities and communities.

Sandtown South Neighborhood Alliance will receive nearly $3,000 to create a productive flower farm and pollinator garden from the Chesapeake Bay Trust through the Chesapeake Bay Green Streets, Green Jobs, Green Towns Grant (G3) Program. The grants are also are designed to create green jobs and enhance livability in cities and communities.

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Baltimore Organizations Receive Chesapeake Bay Trust Grants

The Sandtown South Neighborhood Alliance will receive nearly $3,000 to create a productive flower farm and pollinator garden, increase tree canopy, and deter illegal dumping that officials hope will enable them to raise money through the production of flowers that will be sold at local markets. The $3,000 is part of a grant announced by the Chesapeake Bay Trust totaling more than $965,000 through the Chesapeake Bay Green Streets, Green Jobs, Green Towns Grant Program (G3).