Some of the goals for the Grove Restoration Project were to restore beauty and peacefulness to Bachelors Grove cemetery. With community support and plenty of awareness, the cemetery now receives thousands of caring visitors each year. Among those visitors are the many volunteers and relatives of those buried at the cemetery that had come out to lend a helping hand by removing trash and trimming vegetation.
The Grove Restoration Project was created sometime around 1998 and obtained a web presence around 2000 when BachelorsGrove.com went online. At the suggestion of Pete Crapia, around 2001 the domain name BachelorsGrove.org was purchased by David Berault to help with a joint effort of maintenance for the cemetery. The domain name was eventually transferred to Pete Crapia and became the new Internet domain name for the Grove Restoration Project. The GRP and its website had no direct legal affiliation to any State or Federal Institutions.