- Associated Press - Saturday, June 14, 2014

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Portland, Maine-based conservation organization GrowSmart Maine is set to receive $45,000 toward its plan to create a statewide inventory of community revitalization tools.

The group is working on a tool called Making Headway in Your Community that is says will be a “searchable, GIS-based inventory of smart growth tools” that connects Maine residents to local resources. GrowSmart describes the tool as a “concierge service for community revitalization.”

The grants are from the Elmina B. Sewall Foundation Fund of the Bank of America Charitable Gift Fund, the Horizon Foundation and the MCF Fund and Kay E. Dopp Fund of the Maine Community Foundation.


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