Greenhouse Support

Garnering Financial Support

Ways to keep your greenhouse going into the future

If you're constructing or refurbishing a greenhouse, you'll need significant funds for site work, consultants, construction, interior supplies, and so on. One school received construction start-up money through a federal safe and drug-free schools initiative. School and community representatives designed a program to help at-risk students work together to create and manage a small greenhouse business. Others have funded greenhouse projects through local foundation grants. To find funds to launch or provide long-term support for a greenhouse project, consider approaching some of the following sources:

  • community development block grants
  • community foundations
  • public school foundations
  • local corporations and businesses
  • service clubs
  • parent/teacher organizations
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