Groundwork Southcoast Project and Program Development


Project Goals â¿¿ The goal of this TA is to build the capacity of Groundwork Southcoast to undertake projects and programs that engage the communities they serve in locally-led projects and programs to improve their economy, environment and quality of life.



Objectives â¿¿ a.

Undertake the planning and development activities to engage GW Southcoast in the clean-up and reuse of brownfields and derelict lands for greenspace and other community benefits; in building trails and park improvements; and improving access to healthy foods and urban agriculture.


To plan and develop opportunities for the GW Southcoast Green Team to participate in green job training and in service learning activities in their communities and in National Parks, Wildlife Refuges and National Forests.

Agency: Department of the Interior

Office: National Park Service

Estimated Funding: $30,411

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