2020 Research Grant Final Report Submission

2020 Research Grants Final Report Submission

Use this form to submit your final report
  • Final Report Section

  • A final report must be submitted electronically to the INPS website by March 31, 2019 (Microsoft Word or PDF format only). This report may take the form of a technical report or a manuscript for publication, and should include: Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion and Summary sections. If the project is a part of a thesis, dissertation, or publication in preparation, draft sections are acceptable provided the draft includes an extensive results section that demonstrates the grantee fulfilled all requirements.

    A budget report must be submitted to demonstrate alignment with the budget submitted with the original application. Volunteer hours contributed should be recorded. If the budget report is in a separate file (e.g. an Excel spreadsheet) from the project report, you can submit that in the next section, "Final Project Report Attachments".

    Only submit files in Word or PDF format
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    Accepted file types: doc, docx, pdf, Max. file size: 512 MB.
    • Upload any attachments to the final report here. This could include budget spreadsheets.
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      • At least five color high quality digital images depicting the study species, project site, project activities, or other aspects of the project must accompany the final report. These images are intended to allow future grantees and INPS membership to see what type of research is being funded, and unless the grantee requests otherwise, these may be used for INPS digital media and marketing materials, such as the INPS website, The Harbinger, or Facebook page.
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        • Publication Section

        • Grantees must publish project results in some form. Please provide information about where the results were published or will be submitted to be published. Provide a link if available.
        • Publicity Section

        • Grantees must submit a short, popular-type article or news release to their local native plant society chapter newsletter AND a local newspaper or conservation newsletter which describes the project, its results, the importance to native plant conservation and how the project fits in with the INPS mission. Submissions may be to electronic media, including INPS chapter or conservation organization Facebook pages. Unless the grantee requests otherwise, these may be posted on the INPS grants web page.
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          • Please provide the location(s) where the publicity article(s) are or will be published. Provide links where possible.
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