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  1. Eric Grant
    May 28, 2019

    Hello,

    Our director, Rachel Chanel Adams, has a philanthropic outreach with a peer-to-peer non-profit learning center in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti called Bisou Bisou Haiti. They are looking to implement ways to teach the students about sustainability, gardening, and protecting the planet.

    Do you know of any programs that would donate to the creation of a garden at the center in Port-Au-Prince or would sponsor some of the students with a travel grant to come to the US and learn about the learn the practice in order to return to PAP and teach the students there? Any information would be helpful.

    More information can be found about the partnership can be found here:

    http://blog.skyroam.com
    https://www.instagram.com/p/Bs1JjguFdVf/?utm_source=ig_web_button_native_share

    Regards,
    Eric

    • janetrothe
      Jun 20, 2019

      Hello,

      Thank you for contacting Wild Ones. I am not aware of a program in your area that would support the creation of a garden.

      I would suggest investigating the below organizations to see if they may be helpful.

      monarchjointventure.com
      monarchwatch.com
      xerces.com
      pollinator.org

      I wish you the best in creating a pollinator garden! It’s always fun to hear from folks that are working to create a better environment.

      Janet

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