Student Grant Program

The mission of the WPEF is to “promote the conservation of whitebark pine and other high elevation five needle white pine ecosystems through education, restoration, management, and research.”

Each year, the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation awards a $1000 grant to a graduate student to help with field and lab work on their research project. If you are a graduate student interested in high elevation five needle pines and need a little extra cash to finish your project, please submit a proposal for possible funding by the WPEF. Proposals are due by February 1, 2018.

Previous Awardees

Proposal Requirements

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