Native Plant Society of New Mexico Grant

Native Plant Society of New Mexico

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Grant amount: Up to US $1,500

Anticipated deadline: Dec 31, 2020

Applicant type: Individuals Organizations

Funding uses: Education / Outreach, Research

Location of project: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas

Location of residency: United States

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About this funder:

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Overview:

The Native Plant Society of New Mexico is a non-profit organization that strives to educate the public about native plants by promoting knowledge of plant identification, ecology, and uses; fostering plant conservation and the preservation of natural habitats; supporting botanical research; and encouraging the appropriate use of native plants to conserve water, land, and wildlife.

Grants

Would you like a little help getting your conservation or restoration project off the ground? Do you need matching funds for a grant or donation that requires that? Do you teach students about plant ecology, or have a botanical research study underway and need money for materials, transportation, or equipment? If you are engaged in a project that aligns with our mission, consider applying for a grant.

Examples of Past Grant Topics awarded $600 t0 $1500:

  • The removal of tamarisk trees from the Gila River within the wilderness area
  • Eradication of exotic ravenna grass from an area of the Rio Grand Bosque by community volunteers
  • Habitat restoration at the New Mexico Wildlife Center using volunteers from Master Gardeners
  • Giving hands-on, multi-skilled experience to elementary school children as they learn about the yucca and its life cycle
  • Training and employing Pueblo youth in the recognition, collection and processing of native plant seeds in support of the National Seed Strategy
  • Repeating a 1970s field study of bees pollinating wild sunflowers in order to document changes in bee species composition in the same areas over time
  • Creating an outdoor learning activity for children and families to learn about Chihuahuan Desert plant life
  • One Year Grants - Successful grant winners are required to submit a written report (a template will be provided,  due by January 10 of the following year. The report should describe how the funds were used, what resulted, and be sent to: cartergrantapps"at"gmail.com.

One Year Grants - Successful grant winners are required to submit a written report (template provided) due by January 10 of the following year. The report should describe how the funds were used and be sent to: cartergrantapps"at"gmail.com. Subject line: Project Report

Multi-year Grants - Projects spanning more than one year can only be funded a year at a time. A progress report and a new application by the end of the funded year will be considered for a new round of support.

 We also appreciate your sharing your project results with our membership in some way:

  • A poster describing the project, to be displayed at the NPSNM annual conference
  • A short article (600 to 1000 words) for publication in the NPSNM quarterly newsletter. Please submit these articles to cartergrantapps"at"gmail.com. Subject line: Attention Newsletter Editor
  • A presentation about your project at a Native Plant Society chapter meeting
  • Furnish a copy or link to an informative publication in a journal or website the results from the project funded by NPSNM. (Please acknowledge our support in any published article.)

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.

Eligibility:

  • The Society will consider funding for any project within or adjacent to New Mexico that contributes to the goals of the Society.
    • Successfully funded projects have been awarded for education, research, and conservation projects.

Preferences:

  • Currently we would particularly like to assist in conservation projects.