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Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society

Focusing on native plants and conservation in North Idaho

Lois Wythe Grant

Lois Wythe Native Plant Society Grant Application 2021-2022

The Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society (KNPS) is offering a grant of up to $500 for a group, class or individual to carry out a project in Bonner County designed to promote awareness and appreciation of our native plants. The application (below) must be mailed to the KNPS Grant Committee, P.O. Box 1092, Sandpoint, ID 83864 no later than February 28, 2022.  A follow-up report which outlines your accomplishments should be submitted by December 31, 2022.  You are invited to present your findings at a monthly KNPS Meeting.

Questions may be directed to Grant Coordinator at:

The grant recognizes Lois Wythe as the founder of our organization and developer of the Native Plant Arboretum in Lakeview Park in Sandpoint.


Lois Wythe Native Plant Society Grant Application 2021-2022

Name and Address of Applicant:
Contact name, phone number, and email address:
Describe the project to be funded and how it will promote the awareness and appreciation of native plants.  Also provide the following information about the project:


Number of people who will participate
Number of people who will benefit
Time frame involved
If more than this grant is needed to complete the project, how will 
additional funding be obtained?
Other organizations involved
How you plan to maintain the project (if applicable)
How you will measure your success in reaching the project goals
 Additional forms may be downloaded at
Note:  KNPS does not pay overhead or indirect costs.
Use this link to download additional forms: KNPS Lois Wythe Grant (PDF),     KNPS Lois Wythe Grant  (Word)