CHARLOTTE, Mich. — The Michigan Arbor Day Alliance (MADA) is currently offering local units of government, public educational institutions, public libraries, non-profit organizations, neighborhood associations, churches and tribal governments the opportunity to apply for a Michigan Arbor Day Alliance Tree Planting Grant.
Grant applicants may request up to $2,000 to fund tree planting projects in their community. Grant funds may only be used to purchase trees. Applicants must show evidence of a 1:1 match for anticipated money. This is a statewide grant opportunity for Michigan projects only.
Grant applications are available on MADA’s website. To apply, please go to https://www.miarbordayalliance.org/tree_planting_grant.html to download an application. Applications may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed in no later than May 29, 2020. Funded plantings must be completed by December 31, 2020.
The Michigan Arbor Day Alliance would like to thank ITC Michigan and Consumers Energy for sponsoring this program and supporting tree plantings in Michigan communities.
The Michigan Arbor Day Alliance is a coalition of organizations and agencies dedicated to the promotion and celebration of Arbor Day throughout Michigan. Our dedication comes from our belief in the importance of trees and their role in community health and well-being. Since 1993, MADA has provided educational programs and services to Michigan communities. The Michigan Arbor Day Alliance is a program of the Eaton Conservation District in Charlotte, MI and is made possible through support from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
If you have any questions regarding this grant program, please contact Hannah Reynolds, State Arbor Day Program Coordinator at email@example.com
— Michigan Arbor Day Alliance
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