Information on the Trust's COVID-19 Response.

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Recent Grants


In 2020, the Trust awarded annual grants totaling $662,000 to 56 organizations, with an average grant size of $11,821.

The Trust also awarded 104 one-time COVID-19 Response Grants of $5,000, for a grand total of $1,182,000 in grants in 2020.

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

Organization Location Country Year Amount Purpose
American Public Gardens Association Kennett Square, PA United States 2019 $20,000 the Helping Protect Ornamental Horticulture Displays from Disasters project
Botanic Garden at Georgia Southern University Statesboro, GA United States 2019 $10,075 the Ornamental Tree Trail at the Botanic Garden at Georgia Southern University
Botanical Research Institute of Texas Fort Worth, TX United States 2019 $21,800 the Creating Pollinator-Friendly Gardens project
California Native Plant Society Sacramento, CA United States 2019 $24,740 the Enhancing California's Most Comprehensive Native Plant Garden Database project
Central Michigan University Mt. Pleasant, MI United States 2019 $3,000 the Greenhouse Xeric Garden project
Chemeketa Community College Salem, OR United States 2019 $6,100 the Woody Ornamentals Lab project
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens Boothbay, ME United States 2019 $11,800 specifically for a laser label maker
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Williamsburg, VA United States 2019 $25,000 the Colonial Williamsburg Horticultural Apprenticeship
Council on Foundations Inc. Baltimore, MD United States 2019 $3,100 2019 Membership Dues
Fernwood Botanical Garden Niles, MI United States 2019 $18,000 the Entry Garden Restoration project
Florida Press Educational Services Tallahassee, FL United States 2019 $20,000 the La Florida - Land of Flowers: Sustainable and Resilient Ornamental Horticulture with Florida Native Plants publication
Florida Wildflower Foundation Maitland, FL United States 2019 $16,000 the "20 Easy-to-Grow Florida Wildflowers" Magazine Reprint
Friends of Bedrock Gardens Lee, NH United States 2019 $20,000 the New Point of Entry Landscape for Bedrock Gardens
Friends of the Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens Port St. Lucie, FL United States 2019 $19,980 the "Smart" Interactive Plant Identification Program
Gardening Friends of the Big Bend Inc. Quincy, FL United States 2019 $20,000 a New Irrigation System for Gardens of the Big Bend
Goucher College Baltimore, MD United States 2019 $19,500 the Ornamental Plant Labeling and Education Project
Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens Jacksonville, FL United States 2019 $14,025 the Raised Beds project and Part-time Horticulturist Position
Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens Devon, PA United States 2019 $25,000 the establishment of a Native Rhododendron Germplasm Repository
Klehm Arboretum and Botanic Garden Rockford, IL United States 2019 $15,000 Concept Designs for Klehm 2025 Garden Development Plan
Knoxville Botanical Gardens and Arboretum Knoxville, TN United States 2019 $9,500 the Seep Garden project