Our funders and sponsors
Burlington Gardens thanks the foundations and
granting agencies who have provided generous funding to support
garden-based education and
|The Bay and
Paul Foundations, 2006-2013
Jerry's Foundation, 2003-2013
|Jan and David
Blittersdorf Foundation, 2009-2010
Frances Block Foundation, 2003-2012
Students Foundation, 2011-2012
Family Charitable Trust, 2009-2011
B. Cook 1992 Charitable Trust, 2006-2012
Fanny Allen Corporation, 2011
Methodist Thrift Shop Team, 2002-2012
Community Action Council, 2003-2012
Henderson Foundation, 2009-2010
and Cecelia Lance Family Foundation, 2005-2012
Frances Lattner Foundation, 2013
Institute of Food and Agriculture, 2010-2011
Grassroots Environment Fund, 2002-2009
Wildlife Foundation, 2012
Northfield Savings Bank, 2011
Bank Foundation, 2007-2011
McDonald House Charities, 2002, 2005, 2008
W. Mergens Foundation, 2006-2007
Family Trust, 2012-1013
United Community Foundation, 2010-2011
Health Foundation, 2009-2011
Foundation, 2006, 2008, 2012
recognizes the business sponsors below for their enthusiastic support
for garden-based education and community, school, and neighborhood
Supply of Burlington, Vermont partners with FBG on a variety of
initiatives. Gardener's Supply is a leading mail order
resource for quality garden products, tools, and supplies.
Wagon Plants of Hinesburg, Vermont provides organically grown
plants to support FBG's education and outreach programs. Red Wagon
offers a wide variety of heirloom vegetables.
Market is Burlington's home town grocery and food cooperative and
an enthusiastic community partner with FBG in supporting garden-based
education in local schools and community settings.
of Burlington, Vermont provides environmental accounting and carbon
monetization services, helping clients track greenhouse gas emissions
and receive payment for improvements through market-based mechanisms.
Valley Compost of Charlotte, Vermont encouraging community-based
gardening by providing generous discounts on farm crafted compost for
community, school, neighborhood, and group garden projects.
High Mowing Seeds of
Wolcott, Vemont provides organically grown seeds to support FBG's
education and outreach programs. High Mowing Seeds offers a diverse
selection of standard and heirloom seeds.
Mountain Compost of Williston, Vermont produces organic compost,
topsoil, germinating mix, and raised bed mix used by farmers,
gardeners, and landscapers across northern Vermont.
Landing of Burlington, Vermont supports the visual and performing
arts, provides incubator space for start-up local businesses, and
nurtures social responsibility by redeveloping property on Burlington's
Organic Valley Family of Farms New England supports organic dairy
farmers, builds the local economy, and allows rural New England
communities to protect the environment in which their children are
City Soil & Stone of Burlington and Hinesburg, Vermont is
committed to practices and priniciples that view a garden as part of
the broader ecology.
of Bellows Falls, Vermont provides internet and phone communications to
residential and business customers throughout Northern New England.
learn more about sponsorship for Friends of Burlington Gardens and the
Vermont Community Garden Network, please call FBG's executive director
Jess Hyman at 802-861-4769.