GrantsSummer's Bounty at the C. W. Henry School

Once a year, HPS/MAG awards grants totaling $3000 to individuals, community groups, schools, and other organizations who are working to promote horticulture or a positive ecological impact. In return, the Society asks award winners to submit a brief report, with photos, upon completion of the project. Reports should be submitted to vicepresident@hardyplant.org

Click here for a list of previous grant winners.

The grant application form can be printed and mailed or completed online. The next deadline is February 1, 2018.

Click here to print the Grant Application Form.

Click here to complete the form online.

July 2017 Grant Recipients Announced

Riverbend Environmental Education Center in Gladwyne, PA received $200.00 for wetland plants to increase the diversity of flora and fauna in and around their pond.

Stillwater Township Elementary School, Stillwater, NJ was given $200.00 to help construct an outdoor classroom to increase students' knowledge of agricultural practices in conjunction with the school's large vegetable garden program.

York Fresh Foods Farms in Red Lion, PA will use their $300.00 grant to to establish a native plant habitat for pollinators.

The Philadelphia Orchard Project received $500.00 to plant fruit and nut trees and native plants as part of the Norris Square Neighborhood Project in Philadelphia.

In the past, grants were awarded twice a year. Starting in 2018 the grants will be awarded once a year. The application deadline will be February 1 of each year. If you are involved in or know of a group that would benefit from the grant program, applications are available on our website, www.hardyplant.org. Just click on Grants at the top of the home page.