Author: Illinois Native Plant Society

INPS 2019 Research Grant Awards Announced

The Illinois Native Plant Society is pleased to announce four awards from the 2019 Research Grant Program. Awards are made after a successful review of the projects by a panel of scientists and conservation professionals. All four awardees are graduate students at their institutions. The Research Grant Program was developed to support the study of…
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2018 Grant Awards

Reports from the eight 2018 research grant awardees have been received and each awardee has submitted newsletter-type articles describing their project results. These articles will appear in The Harbinger, or in newsletters of INPS Chapters or other conservation organizations and will be linked to this website. In-depth research articles based on these projects are also…
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INPS Research Fund

The Illinois Native Plant Society Research Fund promotes the study and conservation of Illinois native plants and ecosystems through scientific research. This program supports projects by graduate students, faculty, land managers, and community scientists. Grant awards range from $500 to $1500 and are intended for one-year projects. The INPS Central Chapter may provide additional funding for…
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2018 Research Grants Final Report Coming Due

Due Date: March 31, 2019 The final reports for the 2018 Research Grants are due no later then March 31, 2019. Grant recipients should review the Final Report Requirements on the 2018 Research Grants page. Once you have reviewed the requirements and gotten the necessary files prepared, you can submit your final report by following…
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2019 Illinois Indigenous Plants Symposium

April 5-7, 2019 John A. Logan College, Carterville, IL Understanding the Research Behind Local Conservation Southern Illinois is known to be one of the most biologically diverse places in the Midwest, and the Shawnee National Forest, the related state and federal lands, and our large private holdings contain the most magnificent examples of that diversity.…
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