Research Fellow Grants are designed to address a specific topic as defined by the TREE Fund Trustees and to provide support to a young scientist who is being mentored by an established and published scientist. Research Fellow Grants support multi-year research projects (three to five years in duration) , but no more than one grant can be awarded to any one project. Grants are for a total of $100,000 over three years, with approximately one-third released in each of the three years. Tree Biomechanics have been defined as the overall research priority area for the current year. Grant proposals should focus on tree biomechanics issues relating but not limited to: root pruning/structural loss; tree risk assessment; long-term effects of drought and root loss; soil biology/soil amelioration; radar and other analysis devices. For more information, contact: Tree Research and Education Endowment Fund, 552 So. Washington St., Suite 109, Naperville, IL 60540; 630-369-8300; Fax: 630-369-8382; http://www.treefund.org/grants_scholarships.htm and https://fs2.formsite.com/TREEFund/ResearchFellowship/secure_index.html
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