Rocky Mountain Power Foundation recently awarded a $3,000 grant to the Youth Garden Project to support the organization’s internship program. This marks the 17th year Rocky Mountain Power Foundation has provided a grant to the Youth Garden Project.

“The Rocky Mountain Power Foundation partners with organizations to help support the growth and vitality of the communities we serve,” Rocky Mountain Power customer and community manager Deb Dull said. “It’s a wonderful opportunity to provide this assistance to the Youth Garden Project here in Moab.”

Youth Garden Project Executive Director Delite Primus said the organization is grateful for the longstanding partnership it has with Rocky Mountain Power Foundation.

“The partnership allows us to continue achieving our mission and serving the Moab community,” she said.

The Youth Garden Project’s mission is to cultivate healthy children, families and community through educational programs and the profound act of connecting people with food from seed to table.

YGP offers programs for students between the ages 6 to 18 and events for all ages on its 1.5-acre garden setting, as well as throughout the community. Youth Garden’s programs are funded through donations from individuals, businesses and foundations such as the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation. For more information, go to

The Rocky Mountain Power Foundation is part of the PacifiCorp Foundation, one of the largest utility-endowed foundations in the United States. The foundation’s mission, through charitable investments, is to support the growth and vitality of the communities served by Pacific Power and Rocky Mountain Power. For more information, visit

Rocky Mountain Power funding will help support internship program