CARAG has made funds available to encourage the planting of native plants that support pollinators- birds, bees, and butterflies. Visit the Native Plant Grant Program page for more info including an online application form: https://carag.org/grants/native-plant-grants/.
To encourage CARAG homeowners to participate in the Home Energy Squad program, CARAG is contributing $50 to the visit cost, bringing the resident copay down to $50, instead of $100. HES is now offering energy bill analysis at the visits … Continue reading
Each month CARAG sponsors a monthly neighborhood meeting to discuss community issues and review work of the organization. All CARAG residents, business owners, and property owners are considered members and encouraged to attend. CARAG meetings are held the third Tuesday … Continue reading
One of CARAG’s Little Free Libraries moved to a new location, 3200 Dupont Avenue S., and it will remain there until about July 1. The other library is located at 912 W. 32nd Street and will move around May 15. … Continue reading