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Education Grants

TREE Fund education grants support the development of arboriculture education programs and materials that encourage children to explore nature and learn to care for the environment.

Arboriculture Education Grant Program
Supports the development of arboriculture educational programs and materials for K-12 students. Projects must relate to arboriculture or urban forestry and include a hands-on component; support is not provided for tree planting programs.
Award amount: up to $5,000
Letters of intent accepted January 1 – March 1
Read more and apply…

Ohio Chapter ISA Education Grant Program
Funded by Ohio Chapter ISA to fund arboricultural education programs or projects within the State of Ohio which serve a target population of 16 years of age or older.
Award amount: $5,000
Letters of intent accepted January 1 – March 1
Read more and apply…

 

Contact the TREE Fund with questions about grant programs, the application process, and program category selection.

 

View an archive of education grants supported by the TREE Fund.

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The TREE Fund is invaluable to our research in the Morton Arboretum Soil Science (MASS) laboratory. A major goal of our lab is to perform research on managing urban soil quality with the intent of improving urban tree establishment and growth. The outcomes of the research have direct application to horticulture, arboriculture, and urban forestry. The TREE Fund is one of the only institutions in the world funding this type of research. Without the TREE Fund this research would not be conducted.

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