Could your neighborhood use more trees? Apply for an NCUFC grant!

Street trees perform essential services like removing pollutants from air. Photo: EK Meineke

The North Carolina Urban Forest Council developed the Legacy Tree Fund to provide financial assistance to provide financial assistance

to communities across North Carolina for tree planting projects that help educate North Carolina citizens about the importance of trees.

Each year, the NCUFC awards grants to community groups, civic associations, block clubs, garden clubs, and other non-profit organizations for urban forestry for tree planting projects.

Apply for a grant OR make a donation. Trees are the answer.

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About the Author:

Steve Frank
I am broadly interested in the ecology and management of arthropod pests. Herbivorous arthropods cause extraordinary damage to plants in agricultural, urban, and natural ecosystems. Understanding interactions between pests and their environment, plant hosts, and natural enemies can improve management practices and reduce pesticide applications.