Idaho Native Plant Society, White Pine Chapter
With members on the Palouse, and in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley and Central Idaho

White Pine Grant Program

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The White Pine Chapter of the Idaho Native Plant Society is now sponsoring a grants program to promote awareness and use of locally native plants in landscapes within the geographic area of north-central Idaho (and including some parts of eastern Washington).

Examples of projects that are appropriate for this program include: restoration of degraded sites using native plants, incorporating native plants into landscaping (particularly in public places), trail or other educational signs, seed collection, and research involving all aspects of native plants.

Small Grants: Grants of up to a maximum of $1000 per project may be awarded. The amount awarded may be reduced due to chapter budget restraints and the number of applications submitted and approved. The deadline to submit the completed form for the current year is February 1.. ** revised 1/17/21 **

Mini Grants: Grants of $200 or less may be awarded to fund short term, potentially but not necessarily, student-involved projects. These may be awarded by the grant administrator on request at any time during the year if the Committee approves the proposal.

The fillable Grant Application form includes all information about procedures, requirements, etc. If you have problems getting a form which is updateable we suggest you save the file to your computer and then open it with a 'Reader' application such as Microsoft Reader or Acrobat Reader. You will then be able to fill in the application and email it as directed.

Questions should be directed to the White Pine Treasurer

These are the present and past recipients of the White Pine Grant.

The following table lists recipients, report titles and Sage Notes issues the report appeared in if the report and/or Sage Notes issue is available online. Information is added to this table as it becomes available.The order has been reversed to show current year projects first.

Year Recipient Title Sage Notes issue Status
2023 Palouse Prairie Charter School (David Herbold) West slope conversion to Native Plants In Progress ** new 4/2023
2023 Friends of Phillips Farm (Diane Noel) Wetlands and Uplands restoration In Progress ** new 4/2023
2023 WSU, Dr. Michael Neff Native Grass Seed Increase for Palouse Prairie restoration In Progress ** new 4/2023
2023 Latah Co. Master Gardeners, Linda DeWitt Latah Co. Master Gardener Demonstration Garden In Progress ** new 4/2023
2022 Dogwood Creek Farm Dogwood Creek Farm Weed Control In Progress ** new 1/2023
2022 Amber Brocke Palouse Prairie and Hedgerow Planting In Progress ** new 1/2023
2022 Phoenix Conservancy Locally Adapted Plant Materials for Prairie Restoration In Progress ** new 1/2023
2022 Phillips Farm Native Wetlands Restoration Completed Report ** revised 1/2023
2021 Phoenix Conservancy Re-establishing Extirpated Native Plant Species at Missouri Flat Creek In Progress
2020 Leah Dreesman Wisescaping with Native Plants research Presentation complete
2020 Harpo Faust Vascular Flora of the Selkirk Mountains Presentation complete
2020 Kate Poole Native Plant Restoration at Hunter Moon Homestead Completed Report ** revised 1/2023
2020 Phillips Farm Native Wetlands Restoration Completed Report ** revised 1/2023
2019 Appaloosa Horse Museum Native Plant Garden Open House completed
2019 Phillips Farm Native Wetlands Restoration Completed Report
2019 City of Potlatch Native Garden Signage Signage, report complete
2019 Sarah Metcalf Lone Jack Palouse Prairie Remnant Complete
2018 City of Potlatch Native Shrub Planting Complete
2018 Sarah Metcalf Lone Jack Palouse Prairie Remnant Sage Notes March 2018 Complete
2017 PCEI Native Plant Signage Improvement Complete

PREF Creek May 0501012: Western white pine at
Priest River Experimental Forest taken by Russell Graham.


Copyright © INPS White Pine Chapter -- Revised: November 18, 2023