Apply for an S.E.A. Grant

Stewardship Education Alliance


Purpose of Grant:

1. To support projects, courses, or programs including equipment proposed by teachers that help advance the mission and vision of the Stewardship Education Alliance.

MISSION: To increase community awareness of ways to be better stewards of our local watersheds.

VISION: An educated and engaged community preserving and improving the local watershed.


Teachers in public and independent schools in the five towns that serve Camden Hills High School are eligible to apply for a grant.  These towns include: Appleton, Camden, Hope, Lincolnville, and Rockport, Maine.

Terms of the Grant:

1. Applications that include data collection by students will receive priority.

2. Grants must not be for expenses covered by taxes.

3. Grant applications will be reviewed by a committee.

4. A second committee will review implementation upon completion.

5. Teachers will be asked to submit a review of what they learned and how they will use it, and to share that information with other teachers.

6. Teachers and their students will have the opportunity to present work supported by a grant from S.E.A. at S.E.A. FAIR to be held at the Camden Public Library Amphitheater on June 3, 2022.

7. Teachers must submit the attached application form by March 7, 2022 to

8. Grants will be awarded by March 22, 2022.

Amount of the Grant:

Most grants will between $250.00 and $500.00.

Please send your completed application to:, or mail to Stewardship Education Alliance, PO Box 446, Camden, ME, 04843.  For further information call: 207-992-3039

S.E.A. Grant Application

The Stewardship Education Alliance (S.E.A.) invites educators teaching in Appleton, Camden, Hope, Lincolnville, and Rockport schools to apply for grants that further the mission of S.E.A.: to increase community awareness of ways to be better stewards of our local watersheds. Please visit to learn about past grants. To apply, please complete this form on or before March 7, 2022 and email it to

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Liaisons in the schools:

Camden Hills Regional High School

    Margo Murphy: Teacher, Jenna VanRyn: Student

Camden-Rockport Elementary School

    in transition

Camden-Rockport Middle School

    Elphie Owen, Teacher

Camden Public Library

    Amy Hand: Youth Services Director

Children’s House Montessori School

    Zoe Foster, Germaine Koomen: Teachers

Appleton Village School 

    Dave Munson: Teacher

Hope Elementary School 

    Colin Amundsen: Teacher

Lincolnville Central School

    Jill Finney: Teacher

People Place, a cooperative pre-school

    Sessa Salas: Director 

The Riley School

    Rebecca Clapp: Director

Sweettree School

    Lindsay Pinchbeck: Director

Watershed School

    Will Galloway: Head, Scarlet Labbe-Watson: Student