Plant for the Planet

Thank you for your interest in LG&E and KU's Plant for the Planet grant program.

LG&E and KU's Plant for the Planet program is modeled after the United Nations Environment Program's (UNEP) Plant for the Planet: Billion Tree Campaign. The purpose of UNEP's tree-planting effort is to bring individuals, communities and businesses together to collectively plant over one billion trees worldwide each year. Similarly, LG&E and KU's program is designed to encourage nonprofit organizations and local government agencies with a record of successful tree planting to continue their efforts. The company has designated up to $75,000 each year toward this initiative.

LG&E and KU offer one-year grants of $500 to $5000 for urban, suburban or rural projects in forests and parks, along parkways or roadways that meet program objectives. Applicants must demonstrate that mature trees resulting from their efforts will not interfere with utility lines.

Thank you again for your interest in the grant program. If you have any questions, about the Plant for the Planet Grant Program, please email us.

Plant for the Planet Grant Application
Thank you for your interest in LG&E and KU's Plant for the Planet grant-making program.

Applications for 2014 will be accepted from Nov. 1 to Dec. 2, 2013.



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