Wildflower Garden Club
The Wildflower Garden Club has updated its scholarship program
opportunities. The goal of this program is to encourage
botanical education by funding scholarly studies, scientific, research
projects or work in the areas of Horticulture, Floriculture, Landscape
Design, Forestry, Botany, Agronomy, Plant Pathology and/or allied
The amount available per year is up to $2000.00. It
can be requested in its
entirety or in part. The smallest requests considered will be $200.00.
The number of awards will vary each year dependent upon the
money requested. For example, if we agreed to fund a single grant for
$2000.00 we would only fund one grant that year. If we received several
smaller requests, we could fund more than one request.
Applicants should indicate whether partial funding of their
be helpful if full funding is not possible. Individuals who receive only
partial funding would be eligible to apply again the following year for the
Grant: Individuals and non-profit entities engaged in
work in the fields of botany, horticulture, agriculture, forestry, landscape
design, plant pathology, floriculture or allied subject may apply for grant
funding for scientific, research, design or development projects.
Organizations that apply must have 501(c)(3) status as a
recognized by the IRS and the State of Alaska and should be able to
demonstrate a solid track record of successful grant-funded projects.