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Grant Opportunities: Bob Skiera Memorial Fund Building Bridges Initiative Grant Program

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Deadline: 15-Sep-22

The Tree Research and Education Endowment Fund (TREE Fund) has announced the applications for Bob Skiera Memorial Fund Building Bridges Initiative Grant Program.

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Established jointly by TREE Fund, the Skiera Family, Wisconsin Arborist Association and the International Society of Arboriculture, The Bob Skiera Memorial Fund now provides financial support for the “Building Bridges Initiative”.

The Initiative is intended to help arborists and urban foresters communicate the value of trees and urban forests through engagement via collaborative research and other projects with public works officials, risk assessment professionals, civil engineers, wildlife researchers, soil scientists and others.

Note: The 2022 Building Bridges Initiative Grant(s) will be focused on research to facilitate or engage interactions between urban forest managers, arborists, and other professionals committed to maximizing value/use of the urban forest resource.

Areas

Suggested areas of investigation (this list is not all-inclusive) might include:

  • Quantitative and/or qualitative analysis of urban forest benefits to humans and communities;
  • Policy formation and program implementation;
  • “Nature Based Solutions”;
  • Ecosystem services; Etc.
Funding Information

The maximum award value of grants under the Building Bridges Initiative is $30,000, with $25,000 provided annually by the Bob Skiera Memorial Fund and $5,000 provided annually by the John White Memorial Fund.

Eligibility Criteria

TREE Fund welcomes research proposals and applications from a wide range of academic and technical disciplines, of both a qualitative and a quantitative nature. TREE Fund does not fund the following types of projects, and will not accept applications for such work:

  • Grants to individuals;
  • Projects that are primarily municipal tree surveys or assessments;
  • Tree planting programs;
  • Studies of individual tree species for the primary purpose of agricultural or timber/forest planting yield;
  • Commercial tree- or soil-related product testing primarily for the benefit of the company that manufactures the product.

For more information, visit https://treefund.org/researchgrants/skiera

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