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Duke Energy Powerful Communities Grant

Duke Energy Powerful Communities Grant

We received a $10,000 Duke Energy grant to create powerful communities through our Energy Saving Trees initiative. This will allow us to activate the program in Hamilton, Fairfield and Norwood, Spring 2020. Stay tuned for more detailsRegister your...

December 3rd Tree Canopy Professionals’ Seminar

CEUs for ASA, ASLA, AICP This year’s seminar will be virtual, so you can enjoy all of the presentations live from your desktop with opportunity to engage with all of our presenters. The event will begin at 10AM, break for lunch at noon and continue with educational...

Christ the King Lutheran Church

 This mini grant recipient plans to create high quality native woodland, to provide good fauna habitat, insects and educational opportunities. The mini grant recipients have two acres to reforest, with existing mature trees and invasive species. Christ the King...

East Central High School Emerald Ash Borer Reforestation Project

The mini grant recipient, East Central High School, lost nearly 20 Ash trees due to the devastation created by the Emerald Ash Borer. Taking Root awarded the mini grant recipients $1000 to help purchase native trees to replace the Ash trees. This project will continue...

Anderson Urban Farm

The mini grant recipient, Anderson Urban Farm, were awarded $500 to help purchase native trees and shrubs for the barrier area. The mini grant allows Anderson Urban Farm to complete the removal of invasive species and complete the reforestation project which lies on a...

Lakota East High School Native Planting Project

Taking Root awarded Lakota East $1155 for the ecological endeavors. The project will provide needs for annual tree-planting initiatives in the school's reforestation area. This is an on-going project that requires maintenance by counting and removing invasive species...

2020 Mini Grant Projects

 In 2020, Taking Root awarded five Mini-Grants for planting trees in low-canopy neighborhoods, local parks and school grounds. The grants enabled local entities to carry out self-initiated plans and projects in which the addition of new trees is just part of the...

The City of Wyoming Mini Grant Project

The Mini Grant recipient, The City of Wyoming, completed their conservation project on May 1st, 2020. Taking Root awarded The City of Wyoming $2000 for the ecological endeavors.The City of Wyoming planted 24 trees, reforested 3 acres, and cleared 3 acres of non native...

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