Previous Dragonfly Grant Recipients
2017 Dragonfly Grant Recipient  
Garden Trailer

The Walton County Soil and Water Conservation District's "Garden Trailer Mobile Mural" project has been proudly building awareness of soil and water stewardship as it travels around Walton County.  

Grant Final Report

 

2014 Dragonfly Grant Recipient  
Dunwoody Food Webs

Fourth grade students at Dunwoody Nature Center use puppets and props to create a dramatic skit about the food web, bringing to life the interaction of producers, consumers and decomposers.  

Grant Final Report

 

2012 Dragonfly Grant Recipient
I speak for the Trees CNC

Local students gained a deeper understanding of nature and the importance of caring for the environment during the Chattahoochee Nature Center’s mini-camp, “I Speak for the Trees!: A Nature Theatre Workshop” in August 2012.

Grant Final Report

 
2011 Dragonfly Grant Recipient
2011 winner
At the 2011 EEA Annual Conference, the Petey Giroux Dragonfly Grant was awarded to the Georgia Sea Turtle Center (GSTC) on Jekyll Island.  Alicia Marin, education coordinator at GSTC, was present to accept the grant and share a synopsis of their project.  

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2010 Dragonfly Grant Recipient

2010 winner
In some cultures the dragonfly symbolizes renewal and the power of life.  Therefore, it is fitting that the grant program in honor of Petey Giroux would be named the Dragonfly Grant and be awarded to projects that connect students to the natural world through the arts. 

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The Dragonfly Grant is made possible by donations throughout the year to fund a project chosen each winter.