The Michigan Arbor Day Alliance Tree Planting Grants are available to local units of government, public educational institutions, public libraries, non-profit organizations, neighborhood associations, churches and tribal governments.
Tree planting sites include cities and towns, school yards and conservation areas such as stream bank stabilization and habitat restoration. Through a survey, participants can provide input on where trees should be planted throughout Michigan.
Michigan Arbor Day Alliance would like to thank everyone who participated including the sponsors, ITC Holdings, Lansing Board of Water & Light, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Eaton Conservation District and Michigan State University Federal Credit Union.
2018 Grant Applications has closed.
Deadline to apply was April 30, 2018
Grant Application - pdf
Fillable Forms Grant Application - pdf (download required)
*Actual signature required on application. Electronic signatures are NOT accepted.*
View List of Native Tree Species
Download a Tree Owner's Manual
Michigan DNR Tree Maintenance Guidelines
Questions: (517) 543-1512 x 5 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A BIG Thank You to all our partners and sponsors who make the State Arbor Day Celebration a success: Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Eaton Conservation District, ITC, MSU Federal Credit Union, Ingham County Parks & Rec., Potter Park Zoo, Adams Outdoor Advertising, Forestry & Public Service-City of Lansing, Consumers Energy, Lansing Board of Water & Light, Van Pines Nursery, Michigan Nursery & Landscape Association, Metropolitan Forestry Consultants, Inc., the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs, and the Michigan Humanities Council, and Williams Farm Machinery.
We would also like to thank all the volunteer presenters and their organizations for making the State Arbor Day Celebration a wonderful event!