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Recent Grants

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In 2018, the Trust awarded grants totaling $680,000 to 48 organizations, with an average grant size of $14,167

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

Organization Location Country Year Amount Purpose
Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens Jacksonville, FL United States 2017 $18,000 specifically for salary expenses
Dawes Arboretum Newark, OH United States 2017 $10,000 specifically for the purchase of a new GPS datalogger
Descanso Gardens La Cañada Flintridge, CA United States 2017 $15,000 the Camellia Collection Heritage Trail
Desert Botanical Garden Phoenix, AZ United States 2017 $20,000 the Native Plant Introduction Program
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden Coral Gables, FL United States 2017 $13,000 the introduction of new species of Costa Rican plants to the "Wings of the Tropics" butterfly exhibit
Florida Wildflower Foundation Maitland, FL United States 2017 $17,000 the printing and storage of the "20 Easy Wildflowers to Grow Now!" publication
Friends of Bedrock Gardens Lee, NH United States 2017 $25,000 partial funding of the Executive Director position
Friends of Laurelwood Arboretum Wayne, NJ United States 2017 $15,725 replacement of the utility vehicle
Friends of Mount Auburn Cemetery Cambridge, MA United States 2017 $20,000 the Asa Gray Garden Rejuvenation project
Friends of the Rogerson Clematis Collection Lake Oswego, OR United States 2017 $11,980 the Garden Entry and Interpretive Signage project
Ganna Walska Lotusland Santa Barbara, CA United States 2017 $15,000 replacement of the irrigation pipe to the reservoir
Key West Botanical Garden Society Key West, FL United States 2017 $20,000 the Nursery Enhancement - Irrigation Phase II project
Madison Square Park Conservancy Inc. New York, NY United States 2017 $10,000 Madison Square Park 2018 horticultural programming
Marie Selby Botanical Gardens Sarasota, FL United States 2017 $10,000 specifically for greenhouse improvements
Mercer Society Humble, TX United States 2017 $10,780 a new utility vehicle
Montgomery Botanical Center Coral Gables, FL United States 2017 $15,600 pollen storage improvements for the propagation of ornamental cycads
Myriad Gardens Foundation Oklahoma City, OK United States 2017 $18,340 the Oklahoma Proven Winners project
North Carolina Arboretum Society Asheville, NC United States 2017 $10,000 specifically for pathway improvements to the Plants of Promise Garden
Polly Hill Arboretum West Tisbury, MA United States 2017 $15,100 a facility for new exceptional plant selection and evaluation
Reeves-Reed Arboretum Summit, NJ United States 2017 $20,000 the Full Access Garden Construction project, excluding project management, lighting, and signage costs