Past Landscape Grant Recipients

2020 Landscape Grants

  • Public House of Worship, Rye

  • Hampton Falls Town Hall

  • Goss Farm, Rye

  • Learning Skills Academy, Rye

  • Lincoln Akerman School, Hampton Falls

  • Richie McFarland Childrens Center, Stratham.

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2018 Lanscape Grants

Cornerstone School, Stratham.  The Montessori school has a large garden for its students. They will use their grant money to build a protective fence around the garden.​

Seacoast Science Center, Rye.  The Science Center is planning a new garden with a gazebo to enhance its space for events and weddings.

Shoals Marine Lab on Appledore Island.  The lab plans to build a covering near Celia Thaxter's garden on the island to provide shade for visitors. 

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2008-2016 Landscape Grants

2008​

  • Hampton Falls Historical Society (front of bldg)

  • Rye Public Library (children's area, blueberry bushes)

  • Webster at Rye

  • Connors Cottage (annuals for apartments in Portsmouth)

2009

  • Friends of Bicentennial Park

  • Hampton, Great Bay Discovery Center

  • Post Office Square Realty Trust (Hampton Falls)

  • Rye Junior High School

2010

  • Centennial Hall, North Hampton

  • Seacoast Science Center, Rye (butterfly garden)

  • Rye Junior High School (community garden, athletic field)

  • Rye Public Library (continue family garden project)

2011

  • Hampton Historical Society

  • Hampton Falls Community Improvement Fund

  • Bicentennial Park, Hampton

2012

  • Portsmouth High School

  • Hampton Falls Free Library

  • Strawberry Bank, Portsmouth

2013

  • Rye Public Library

  • Rye Conservation Commission

  • Hampton Historical Society, Tuck Museum (Lilac Sunday)

2014

  • Rye Elementary School

  • North Hampton School

  • Hampton Falls Town Hall

2015

  • Rye Department of Public Works

2016

  • Lincoln Akerman

Image by Dylan Gillis

2019 Lanscape Grants

Cornerstone School, Stratham.  The Montessori school will continue to enhance its large garden for its students. They will use this year's grant money to help replace the original raised beds.​

Rye Historical Society, Rye.  The Historical Society in the center of Rye will install a bird bath and make general garden improvements. 

North Hampton School, N. Hampton.  The school will use its grant to create a butterfly garden.

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2017 Landscape Grants

In lieu of landscaping grants, this year RDGC sponsored 2 students to attend the UNH Plant Camp! at UNH this summer. Plant Camp! is a fun-filled, week-long day camp for children to explore and learn about plants, their use and their role in our world.

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UNH Plant Camp

In 2018, the Club voted to support the UNH Plant Camp! on a yearly basis. In 2017, RDGC sponsored 2 students to attend the camp. Plant Camp! a fun-filled, week-long day camp for children to explore and learn about plants, their use and their role in our world.

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Students from the Learning Skills Academy in Rye attended the presentation of the 2020 Landscape Grants