Entry Form – 2020 Our Winning Green Space Contest

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Project EverGreen’s GreenCare for Communities initiative was created to revitalize parks, athletic fields, recreational grounds and surrounding green spaces across the country in underserved areas that can benefit most from a greener, healthier, cooler green space.

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Why? Renovated parks, fields and playgrounds will not only benefit kids/students who play there, but also create a natural gathering spot for parents, community officials and business leaders to network and work together to further sustain their community’s environment.

Municipal parks and recreation departments, public works departments and non-profit agencies can enter the “Our Winning Green Space” contest to have a chance at winning a top-of-the-line Exmark commercial mower package valued at approximately $15,000, as well as a renovation project of an existing park, field or green space for their city or organization.winning green space | Project EverGreen

The essay should be 250 words or less and describe what the park or athletic field means to your community. Include who uses the park or field and for what purposes. Or, if the park or field has fallen into disarray and is unusable, describe what a renovation would mean to children and families in the area.

Previous “Our Winning Green Space” contest winners include:

• 2017 – In Memory of Community Garden and the Warrendale Community Organization, Detroit, Michigan
• 2018 – Parks & Recreation Department, Clinton, North Carolina
• 2019 – Louisa County (Va.) School District, Mineral, Virginia

Since 2015, Project EverGreen’s GreenCare for Communities renovation projects have revitalized close to 2 million sq. ft. of athletic and recreational greens spaces in Atlanta, Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukee; North Chicago, Ill.; Belle Plaine, Minn.; Greensboro and Durham, N.C., San Antonio, Ft. Worth and Round Rock, Texas; East Harlem, NYC; Hazlet, N.J., Portland, Oregon and San Marcos, Calif.

Deadline to enter – December 15, 2020


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