Current Results for NWF's Tree Seedling Application

1. How do you partner with NWF?

Value

 

Count

 

Percent

Other NWF Partner

 

61

 

39.6

NWF Eco-School or Schoolyard Habitat

 

40

 

26.0

NWF Community Wildlife Habitat

 

26

 

16.9

NWF Habitat Volunteer

 

17

 

11.0

NWF State Affiliate

 

10

 

6.5

  

2. What would you like? Please Select:

Value

 

Count

 

Percent

Combination

 

352

 

43.3

Planting Event

 

256

 

31.5

Tree for Community Giveaway

 

204

 

25.1

  

3. Contact Information:

Total Number of Responses

812

4. Title or Position:

Latest User Responses:

Science Facilitator/Instructor
 

 

 

Science Lab Teacher
 

 

 

Tree Planting Coordinator
 

 

 

Arbor Day Coordinator, Iris Garden Club
 

 

 

Director of Sustainability
 

 

 


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5. Name of Organization:

Latest User Responses:

Pembroke Pines Charter Elementary-East Campus
 

 

 

Santos Livas Elementary
 

 

 

City of Columbus Recreation and Parks Department, Forestry Section
 

 

 

The Iris Garden Club of Wakulla, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit, is the sole garden club in Wakulla County (a coastal county in the Florida panhandle that has lost many trees due to rapid development and storms).
 

 

 

Rye Country Day School
 

 

 


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6. Street Address:

Latest User Responses:

10801 Pembroke Road
 

 

 

731 N. Alamo Road Alamo, ...
 

 

 

City of Columbus Municipa...
 

 

 

Address for Reimbursement...
 

 

 

3 Cedar Street
 

 

 


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7. City:

Latest User Responses:

Pembroke Pines
 

 

 

Alamo
 

 

 

Lockbourne
 

 

 

Crawfordville
 

 

 

Rye
 

 

 


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8. State:

Latest User Responses:

FL
 

 

 

TX
 

 

 

OH
 

 

 

FL
 

 

 

NY
 

 

 


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9. Zip Code:

Latest User Responses:

33025
 

 

 

78516
 

 

 

43137
 

 

 

32327
 

 

 

10580
 

 

 


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10. Date 1:

Latest User Responses:

02/16/2017
 

 

 

04/20/2017
 

 

 

04/08/2017
 

 

 

01/20/2018
 

 

 

04/22/2017
 

 

 


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11. Date 2:

Latest User Responses:

03/22/2017
 

 

 

04/28/2017
 

 

 

04/09/2017
 

 

 

01/19/2019
 

 

 

04/23/2017
 

 

 


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12. Name of Location:

Latest User Responses:

Pembroke Pines Charter Elementary School-East Campus' "Art In Bloom Garden"
 

 

 

Santos Livas Elementary
 

 

 

Anderson Farms Parkland
 

 

 

Hudson Park (a county park in the heart of Crawfordville)
 

 

 

Rye Country Day School
 

 

 


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13. Street Address

Latest User Responses:

10801 Pembroke Rd
 

 

 

731 N. Alamo Road
 

 

 

6083 Roberts Rd. E
 

 

 

21 Ochlockonee Street
 

 

 

3 Cedar Street
 

 

 


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14. City:

Latest User Responses:

Pembroke Pines
 

 

 

Alamo
 

 

 

Hilliard
 

 

 

Crawfordville
 

 

 

Rye
 

 

 


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15. State:

Latest User Responses:

FL
 

 

 

TX
 

 

 

OH
 

 

 

FL
 

 

 

NY
 

 

 


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16. Zip Code:

Latest User Responses:

33025
 

 

 

78516
 

 

 

43026
 

 

 

32327
 

 

 

10580
 

 

 


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17. Have permission and permits for planting already been secured?

Value

 

Count

 

Percent

Yes

 

475

 

58.0

In Progress

 

170

 

21.0

Other

 

167

 

21.0

  

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18. Permission Granted By: (name and title)

Latest User Responses:

Kenneth Bass, Principal Linda Montoto, Assistant Principal
 

 

 

Sylvia Hernandez School Principal
 

 

 

Stanley Bulejski Recreation Program Specialist
 

 

 

Cody Solburg, Director of Wakulla County Division of Parks & Facilities
 

 

 

N/A - Families will take trees home to plant
 

 

 


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19. Number of Trees Requested: (minimum number of trees you may request is 100, there is no maximum)

Responses

 

Min Value

 

Avg Value

 

Max Value

812

 

1

 

473.7

 

50000

  


20. Type of Request:

Value

 

Count

 

Percent

Physical Donation of Trees

 

762

 

93.8

Reimbursement for Tree Purchase (locally sourced at no more than $1.00 per tree)

 

50

 

6.2

  

21. Tree kind 1:

Latest User Responses:

Caesalpinia
 

 

 

Oak
 

 

 

Swamp white oak (Quercus bicolor)
 

 

 

User Provided No Response
 

 

 

White Pine
 

 

 


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22. Tree kind 2:

Latest User Responses:

sweet acacia (A. farnesiana
 

 

 

Pecan
 

 

 

Shellbark hickory (Carya laciniosa)
 

 

 

User Provided No Response
 

 

 

White Spruce
 

 

 


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23. Tree kind 3:

Latest User Responses:

Alabama Black Cherry, Alabama Cherry
 

 

 

Texas Ebony
 

 

 

American basswood (Tilia americana)
 

 

 

User Provided No Response
 

 

 

Paper Birch
 

 

 


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24. Tree kind 4:

Latest User Responses:

User Provided No Response
 

 

 

cedar elm
 

 

 

Wafer ash (Ptelea trifoliata)
 

 

 

User Provided No Response
 

 

 

Flowering Dogwood
 

 

 


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25. (how will the trees be used? who will plant trees? what is the anticipated number of volunteers? how many students will be engaged? why are trees being planted? who will care for them?)

Latest User Responses:

The 700 young scientist...
 

 

 

Trees will be cared for b...
 

 

 

These trees will be used ...
 

 

 

The Iris Garden Club of W...
 

 

 

On Earth Day (Saturday, A...
 

 

 


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