The purpose of the MNPS Small Grants Program is to stimulate research, conservation, and educational activities that help foster an appreciation for Montana’s native plants and plant communities. These grants are intended to promote native plant conservation through better understanding of our native flora and the factors affecting their survival.
The deadline for proposals is January 31 each year. Grants will then be awarded by March 15.
We encourage anyone with a project that potentially qualifies for an MNPS Small Grant to consider submitting a proposal!
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Please download the Small Grants Call For Proposals 2021 and carefully follow the instructions there in preparing and submitting your proposal. In case of any conflict between information on this web page and the pdf document, the information in the pdf document governs unless specifically mentioned.
The Montana Native Plant Society has been awarding Small Grants since 1996. A complete listing of grants awarded current through 2020 may be found here. Reports written by past grant recipients are published in the Society Newsletter and may be found by searching for “Small Grants” on the Kelseya archive page.
Here is a copy of the Montana Native Plant Society’s Small Grants Policy Document.