The Indiana Native Plant Society is accepting applications for biodiversity grants that will fund research, demonstration gardens and land management and conservation projects.
Proposals should be in line with INPS’s mission, which is to promote the appreciation, preservation, and scientific study and use of plants native to Indiana; and to teach people about their beauty, diversity and importance to the environment.
Grants ranging from $400 to $1,500 will be awarded, with additional funding to be considered on larger projects. Funds are available to public spaces only and cannot be used for transportation, lodging, labor or refreshment costs.
Applications can be submitted here. The deadline for proposals is Oct. 1.
Completion of proposal review is Oct. 31 and notification to applicants is the first full week in November.