As a key part of its Every Tree Counts Campaign, the Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation has launched its spring 2017 Community ‘Tree For Me’ Grant opportunity. The Foundation is inviting groups and individuals to host tree matching and planting events in the city of Toronto. Eligible participants will be awarded with a grant of $500, up to 150 trees, and hands on support from TPTF staff.
The Tree For Me Program carefully matches residents with a native tree from local seed stock, and educates them on tree planting and seasonal care. The program is delivered by the community in partnership with TPTF. It is geared toward Toronto homeowners or anyone who has permission to plant a tree on private land. Tree For Me aims to increase canopy in Toronto’s least treed neighbourhoods.
Grant Applicant Eligibility Requirements:
Download the full grant application package here.
Grant applications will be accepted online via torontoparksandtrees.ca until Friday, February 17th, 2017 at 5pm. Grantees will be announced March 1st, 2017.
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GoodWork ID: 37366 Date posted to GoodWork.ca: Jan 5 2017