Honor Your Community’s Gardens

Nature Hills Nursery is looking for a few outstanding community gardening projects for its 2010 Green America Awards.


| February 26, 2010



Nature Hills seeks nominations for its 2010 Green America Awards.

Nature Hills Nursery seeks nominations for its 2010 Green America Awards.

courtesy Nature Hills Nursery

Nature Hills Nursery is looking for a few outstanding community gardening projects.

The 2010 Nature Hills Nursery Green America Awards are designed to give national recognition and $5,000 in plants to community groups and organizations that are improving their local environments. The annual award, sponsored by Omaha-based Nature Hills Nursery, will be presented in April 2010 to groups and organizations that are literally “greening” their communities, parks, schools and public spaces by planting trees, shrubs and other plants.

The winners of the 2010 Nature Hills Nursery Green America Awards will be those nonprofit groups and organizations that truly are making a difference in their local neighborhoods.

Applications for the 2010 Nature Hills Nursery Green America Awards will be accepted until April 1, 2010. The winners of the 2010 Nature Hills Nursery Green America Awards will be announced on April 19, 2010. To apply for the 2010 award online, visit the website and click on the Nature Hills Nursery Green America Awards logo.

The Grand Prize winning garden project will receive $2,500 in plants from Nature Hills Nursery. The First Prize winner will receive $1,500 in plants from Nature Hills Nursery, and the Second Prize winner will receive $1,000 in plants. The plant materials can contain any combination of trees, fruit trees, bushes and shrubs, perennials and vegetable seeds that Nature Hills Nursery offers.

The award winners will be chosen from those groups that submit a local community gardening or “greening” project that makes best use of the trees, bushes and shrubs that Nature Hills Nursery will award. Potential 2010 Nature Hills Nursery Green America Award winning projects can be:





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