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Indiana Native Plant Society (INPS) - South Central Chapter
Grants of up to $250 to Indiana Individuals and nonprofit organizations in eligible locations for activities and programs related to plants. Funding is intended to support well-developed projects that promote the study, conservation, and use of native plants. Grants must be used to benefit a community within the boundaries of the South Central chapter. Any plants used in the project must be native to Indiana.
Grants may be used for a range of activities that are in line with the mission of the Indiana Native Plant Society. The Chapter encourages creative endeavors that are beneficial to the community, whether they be one-time events or efforts that span months. Proposals must outline the desired outcome and describe who will benefit. In addition, since one of the key roles of INPS is to inform the public about native plants, the project should include an educational component (signage, tours, article, presentation, video, etc.).
GrantWatch ID#: 198418
The Chapter will consider requests for grants that range from $50 to $250.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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Indiana Native Plant Society
P.O. Box 501528
Indianapolis, IN 46250
USA: Indiana: South Central Region
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