Updated Aug 22, 2019CLOSED

Jack Kimmel International Grant Program

Jack Kimmel grants provide much needed funding to arboriculture and urban forestry researchers all over the world. This grant is administered by TREE Fund, with participation from the Canadian TREE Fund in the evaluation process. These grants are available to researchers whose work is primarily outside of the United States.
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CLOSEDSep 15, 2019Deadline

Mandatory Requirements

Implemented In:
RegionAfrica, Asia and Pacific, Europe and Eurasia, Latin America / Caribbean, Middle East and North Africa and Low and Middle Income Countries
Focus AreasEnvironment
Work should be primarily outside of the United States.
Staff will screen all applications for applicant eligibility, word counts, alignment with TREE Fund mission, and compliance with minimum requirements, then forward compliant applications to TREE Fund’s Research and Education Committee. Members of this committee will score your proposal as follows:

Qualifications of the investigative team: 10 points
Potential impact of the project: 25 points
Approach: 35 points
Dissemination plan: 10 points
Feasibility: 15 points
Discretionary: 5 points.
Total Maximum Possible Score: 100 points.

Other Requirements

Due to the similarity of the Jack Kimmel International Grant and John Z. Duling Grant, applicants may submit to only one of these programs per unique project funding cycle.

Application Directions

The first step to apply for this grant is to send an email containing a brief Letter of Inquiry (LOI) of no more than 100 words describing your project title and concept. If and only if your LOI is approved, TREE Fund will send you a numbered application form for your use. Upon completion of this application form, you will save a Word version for your records, then create a PDF version of the completed document with title in the format “PI Surname, Grant Program, Application Number” (e.g. “Smith, Kimmel, #19-023”), and email it as an attachment with a PDF of PI and Co-PI (if applicable) CVs.
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