The Rhode Island Wild Plant Society is offering grants up to $2,500 to study wild plants and their habitats. To qualify you must be an educator, a member of a Rhode Island botanical or environmental association, or a student in a field related to botany or environmental studies. The project goal must involve environmental activities or research in any area of study related to wild plants and/or their habitats. These activities may involve installation of gardens, invasive removal, or support for extracurricular activities with a community outreach component. Grant funding may also be used for project materials, workshops, or courses. To apply, visit riwps.org.
Rhode Island Wild Plant Society Grant Deadline
Earlier Event | February 28
Later Event | March 2