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Become a Blue Thumb Partner

How Blue Thumb Partnership Works Blue Thumb is a resource hub for creating resilient landscapes. Our network — Blue Thumb Partners — connects those who work in this field with each other and with customers who want to make positive change in their yard. Property owners come to us for expertise. On our website you’ll…

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Partner Agreement Form

To become a 2021 Blue Thumb Partner, please download and read through the Partner Agreement. Then submit the form below. [gravityform id="4" title="true" description="true"]

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Support Blue Thumb Help us increase our impact through developing and sharing educational resources. Donate to Blue Thumb Workshops 2021 workshops include resilient yards, bee lawns, and planting for pollinators! Workshop schedule EJ Hub We are working to integrate equity into our programs and partnership. More about the Hub

About Blue Thumb

Blue Thumb—Planting for Clean Water® is a public/private partnership promoting native plants, raingardens, shoreline stabilization projects and turf alternatives to reduce runoff and improve water quality. Partners include local governmental units (watershed districts, conservation districts, cities and counties), non-profit organizations, and private companies such as nurseries and landscape design and build companies, all working toward…

FAQS about the 2015 Transfer

Blue Thumb Update On May 27, 2015, the RCWD Board of Managers approved the Blue Thumb license and transfer agreement. The agreement begins with a two-year license period under which…  Read More

Vacant Lots Get a Green Makeover

ideastream Vacant lots are a big problem for cities with population loss, like Cleveland, where researchers are tinkering with those spaces to revitalize neighborhoods and improve the environment. Anne Glausser…  Read More