Deadline for Wythe grant approaching

By Ben Olson
Reader Staff

The deadline for the 10th annual Lois Wythe Native Plant Grant is rapidly approaching. The grant is offered by the Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society (KNPS) and helps fund projects that encourage the use and appreciation of native plants.

The grant is open to any Bonner County resident, class or group. The grant is awarded in honor of Lois Wythe, the founder of the native plant arboretum in Sandpoint’s Lakeview Park.

Application forms are available on the KNPS website – www.nativeplantsociety.org – and should be returned to the following address no later than Thursday, Nov. 30: Grants Committee, KNPS, PO Box 1092, Sandpoint, ID 83864.

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