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2003 Community Tree Planting grant opportunity

  • Subject: [cg] 2003 Community Tree Planting grant opportunity
  • From: Joanne Miller <jmiller@nationaltreetrust.org>
  • Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2002 15:52:27 -0500

National Tree Trust
2003 Community Tree Planting Grant

Do you care about trees?  Like getting your hands dirty?  Want to meet new
people in your community?  Then apply for a grant through National Tree
Trust, a non-profit tree planting organization.  NTT has grants available
for tree seedlings for Spring 2003 through the Community Tree Planting
program. This is a great way to beautify your community, replant a neglected
area, or simply a good excuse to get out in the fresh air.  Seedlings are
available for delivery January through April 2003, and the main requirements
for the grant are as follows:

	*	Trees must be planted on public land.
	*	Project must utilize volunteers for planting and/or
maintaining seedlings.		
	*	Matching funds are required, which may include volunteer
hours, donated items, and 			non-federal moneys.
	*	Two years of annual reporting are required for each grant.

Please visit our website at www.nationaltreetrust.org if you would like to
receive more information about the Community Tree Planting program and to
download an application.  Seedlings are allocated on a first come, first
served basis. This is a two-part application process, with the Seedling
Request Form due May 31, 2002 and the Project Information Form due October
1, 2002.  Applications will not be considered if any forms are incomplete or
submitted after their

					Thank You and Happy Planting!

Joanne P. Miller
Regional Coordinator, MW and NE regions
Community Tree Planting
(800) 846-8733 ext.19
fax: (202) 628-8735

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