River Network-MillerCoors Watershed Protection Grant Contest


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Want to help your local waterway? MillerCoors and River Network have joined together for the second year to award $50,000 in grants to support watershed protection programs. And all you have to do is register your program online.

Organizers say that more than 10,000 people have already voted, and the contest remains a close competition to see who will win. The organization with the top vote-getting proposal will receive $25,000. The runner-up will receive $15,000 and the third place winner will receive $5,000. The remaining five finalists will each receive $1,000.

The finalists’ proposed projects focus on protecting and restoring local water resources by working with the agriculture community. Summaries of each project are available for viewing on River Network’s website. Winners will be announced at www.rivernetwork.org.

This grant competition was made possible by MillerCoors’ $75,000 donation to River Network. MillerCoors believes that with Great Beer, comes Great Responsibility
and shares our commitment to help communities understand, protect and restore rivers and their watersheds

Info: www.greatbeergreatresponsibility.com

About River Network: River Network empowers and unites people and communities to protect and restore rivers and other waters that sustain the health of our country. We envision a future when every person knows their watershed and is an active caretaker of their local river, lake, stream or bay. We work for day when all people, fish and wildlife have access to clean plentiful water. River Network’s strength comes from our more than 600 affiliated partner groups located in every state and larger network of 5,000 entities focused on local water issues nationwide. a href=”www.rivernetwork.org” target=”_blank”>www.rivernetwork.org

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