Apache seeking Applications for 2020-2021 Tree Grant Program – United States
Apache Corporation has announced that it has opened the applications season for its 2020-2021 Tree Grant Program.
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In its 15th year, the Apache Tree Grant Program has provided more than 4.7 million trees across 17 states since 2005. Last year, the program donated over 61,000 trees to 54 nonprofits, including the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Keep Odessa Beautiful and the Houston Parks and Recreation Department.
The Tree Grant Program is open to nonprofits where Apache has operations in the U.S. — currently in Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana and Wyoming. Awardees must agree to receive all trees (minimum 50) in a single delivery, see that all trees are planted or distributed by May 15, 2021, and agree to care for the trees, which must be native to the growing area. Apache also covers the cost of delivery.
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Grants awarded through the Apache Tree Program are funded by the Apache Foundation, the philanthropic channel of Apache Corporation.
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Nonprofit and governmental entities in states where Apache Corporation has operations are eligible to apply. This includes Louisiana, New Mexico, Texas, and Wyoming.
Tree varieties requested must be native to the growing area.
Requests can be made for sizes varying from bare-root seedlings up to five-gallon containers.
There is a minimum of 50 trees per request.
The program grant covers the cost of the trees and delivery to the recipient’s designated location. It is the responsibility of the grant recipient to plant and care for the trees.
For more information, visit http://www.apachecorp.com/About_Apache/Philanthropy/Apache_Corporation_Tree_Grant_Program/index.aspx