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Recent Grants


In 2023, the Trust awarded annual grants totaling $654,687 to 43 organizations, with an average grant size of $15,225.

The list below details all annual grants approved since 2008, and can be filtered by country.

Organization Location Country Year Amount Purpose
Old Westbury Gardens Old Westbury, NY United States 2015 $10,000 the Horticultural Intern
Organization for Tropical Studies Durham, NC United States 2015 $20,000 the Horticulturist at Wilson Garden
Pollinator Partnership San Francisco, CA United States 2015 $20,000 Bilingual EcoRegional Guides for Quebec
Randall's Island Park Alliance New York, NY United States 2015 $15,000 the Water's Edge Garden Interpretive Signage
Ruth Bancroft Garden Walnut Creek, CA United States 2015 $20,000 Well Construction
Santa Fe Botanical Garden Santa Fe, NM United States 2015 $2,400 specifically for display labels and accession tags
South Dakota State University Brookings, SD United States 2015 $19,600 the Education Coordinator at McCrory Gardens
Swarthmore College Swarthmore, PA United States 2015 $17,600 the Interpretive Sign Program
Temple University Ambler, PA United States 2015 $20,000 the ADA Pathway to Gardens in Campus Core
The Garden Conservancy Cold Spring, NY United States 2015 $5,900 the Prairie Bed at Chase Garden project excluding salary expenses.
Tulsa Botanic Garden Tulsa, OK United States 2015 $20,000 the Horticulturist's Salary and Plant Purchases
University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, CA United States 2015 $20,000 the University of California Botanical Garden Interpretive Master Plan
Wave Hill Bronx, NY United States 2015 $10,000 the Alpine House Restoration
West Virginia Botanic Garden Morgantown, WV United States 2015 $20,000 Finishing the Education Center
Winterthur Museum Winterthur, DE United States 2015 $10,000 the Plant Mapping System, Phase 2
Royal Botanical Gardens Burlington, ON Canada 2014 $15,000 the Propagation Facility Renovation project
Adkins Arboretum Ridgely, MD United States 2014 $10,000 Promoting Ecologically Sound Alternatives
Alaska Botanical Garden Anchorage, AK United States 2014 $19,000 specifically to purchase IrisBG software modules ($14K), a thermal printer ($1K), and a mobile receiver and software ($4K)
Battery Conservancy New York, NY United States 2014 $20,000 the Internship Program
Berkshire Botanical Garden Stockbridge, MA United States 2014 $8,200 Plant Labeling Equipment Upgrade