The New Mexico State Forestry Division is offering grants up to $6,000 as part of the state's centennial tree planting project. Schools as well as local, state and tribal entities are eligible for the grants, according to The Associated Press. The money must be used for planting trees on public lands. The grants require a 20 percent in-kind match. Applications must be turned in by Aug. 24.
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