Forêt et Jardins nourriciers, Société D’Horticulture et D’Écologie de Roberval, QC is the winner of the Gro for good Video Contest

Scotts Canada Limited launched the second edition of the Gro for good program in January 2020.  The program aims to keep the spirit of community and connection to nature alive in Canada by providing grants to deserving communities, schools and non-profit organizations seeking to develop sustainable gardens and green spaces.

“The Gro for good grants are part of Scotts Canada’s commitment to support green space solutions that improve and help our youth and communities connect outdoors and enjoy the benefits of gardening,” says Karen Stephenson, Director, Regulatory Affairs & Stakeholder Relations for Scotts Canada.

The recipients of the 2020 Gro for good grants, valued at $2,500, are:

• Earthwise Demonstration Community Food Garden, DRS Earthwise Society, Delta, BC
• Benalto Community Garden, Red Deer County, AB
• Kelliher School Community Garden, Kelliher, SK
• Bob Rumball Canadian Centre of Excellence for the Deaf Community Garden, Milton, ON
• Aménagement de la cour – École Saint-Joseph, Drummondville. QC
• Forêt et Jardins nourriciers, Société D’Horticulture et D’Écologie de Roberval, QC

Congratulations to Forêt et Jardins nourriciers, Société D’Horticulture et D’Écologie de Roberval, QC who garnered the most votes in the social media contest to win an additional $2,500 grant.

Scotts Canada is pleased to be offering this exciting grant opportunity to Canadian communities in partnership with Communities in BloomPlant · Grow · Share a Row and Nutrients for Life.

For further details on the Gro for good program, please visit: https://scottsmiraclegro.com/responsibility/scotts-canada/.

Questions can also be directed to communication@cib-cef.com.