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National Tree Trust Monetary Grant Program


'New and Improved' Urban and Community Forestry Funding Available from the
National Tree Trust for 2003!

The National Tree Trust (NTT) is continuing to provide funding support
through its established Partnership Enhancement Monetary Grant Program (PEP)
for 2003 but with a few improvements.  NTT created a new funding category
for supporting Community Nurseries ($1,000 to $10,000 grants are available).
The other four grant categories include Education/Training;
Overhead/Administration; National/Regional Programs/Projects.  Grants of up
to $25,000 are available for 501 (c) 3 organizations.  

Applications are available by calling 1-800-8733 or can be downloaded from
our website at www.nationaltreetrust.org after August 12, 2002. The PEP
application deadline is October 15, 2002.


David Flanigan
Director of the Community Tree Planting Program

National Tree Trust
1120 G St.  Suite 770
Washington, DC 20005
202-628-8733  ext 12  fax 202-628-8735
www.nationaltreetrust.org


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