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TREE Fund Scholarships

The TREE Fund offers scholarships for undergraduate students who aspire to careers in arboriculture, urban forestry and related fields.

Robert Felix Memorial Scholarship Program
Supports college students studying arboriculture, urban forestry or related fields with the intention of entering arboriculture.
Award amount: $3,000
Applications accepted January 1 – April 1
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John Wright Memorial Scholarship Program
Supports high school seniors and returning college students pursuing careers related to arboriculture.
Award amount: $2,000
Applications accepted February 15 – May 15
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Online applications for the $100,000 TREE Fund Research Fellowship Grant are due Nov. 3.

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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