Current Results for NWF's Tree Seedling Application

1. How do you partner with NWF?

Value

 

Count

 

Percent

Other NWF Partner

 

43

 

38.1

NWF Eco-School or Schoolyard Habitat

 

24

 

21.2

NWF Community Wildlife Habitat

 

22

 

19.5

NWF Habitat Volunteer

 

14

 

12.4

NWF State Affiliate

 

10

 

8.8

  

2. What would you like? Please Select:

Value

 

Count

 

Percent

Combination

 

336

 

43.6

Planting Event

 

243

 

31.5

Tree for Community Giveaway

 

192

 

24.9

  

3. Contact Information:

Total Number of Responses

771

4. Title or Position:

Latest User Responses:

User Provided No Response
 

 

 

Girl Scout Leader
 

 

 

Vice President
 

 

 

User Provided No Response
 

 

 

boss
 

 

 


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5. Name of Organization:

Latest User Responses:

Jackman's tree planter
 

 

 

GSGWM Troop 10655 Windham NH
 

 

 

Citizens' Greener Evanst
 

 

 

I am not linked with any organization but willing to plant 100 trees this year.
 

 

 

love earth
 

 

 


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6. Street Address:

Latest User Responses:

8001 242ln he
 

 

 

29 Oriole Rd Windham NH
 

 

 

Evanston Ecology Center 2...
 

 

 

Ratan Jadhav, A/p chinchn...
 

 

 

401 N Timberline Rd 293
 

 

 


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7. City:

Latest User Responses:

Stacy
 

 

 

Windham
 

 

 

Evanston
 

 

 

Satara
 

 

 

FORT COLLINS
 

 

 


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8. State:

Latest User Responses:

Mn
 

 

 

NH
 

 

 

il
 

 

 

maharashtra
 

 

 

CO
 

 

 


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9. Zip Code:

Latest User Responses:

55079
 

 

 

03087
 

 

 

60201
 

 

 

415501
 

 

 

80524-1431
 

 

 


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10. Date 1:

Latest User Responses:

09/29/2016
 

 

 

07/30/2016
 

 

 

10/01/2016
 

 

 

07/03/2016
 

 

 

06/02/2016
 

 

 


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11. Date 2:

Latest User Responses:

05/28/2017
 

 

 

09/01/2016
 

 

 

09/25/2016
 

 

 

07/10/2016
 

 

 

06/02/2016
 

 

 


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12. Name of Location:

Latest User Responses:

Jackmans
 

 

 

Nesmith Library
 

 

 

Evanston Ecology Center / Ladd Arboretum and in the 5th ward of Evanston for underserved families.
 

 

 

Chinchner Nimb Village (Patangan)
 

 

 

garden
 

 

 


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13. Street Address

Latest User Responses:

8001 242ln he Stacy mn
 

 

 

1 Nesmith Rd
 

 

 

2024 McCormick Blvd
 

 

 

As above
 

 

 

401 N Timberline Rd 293
 

 

 


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14. City:

Latest User Responses:

Stacy
 

 

 

Windham
 

 

 

Evanston
 

 

 

satara
 

 

 

Fort Collins
 

 

 


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15. State:

Latest User Responses:

Mn
 

 

 

NH
 

 

 

il
 

 

 

maharashtra
 

 

 

CO
 

 

 


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16. Zip Code:

Latest User Responses:

55079
 

 

 

03087
 

 

 

60201
 

 

 

415501
 

 

 

80524
 

 

 


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

Value

 

Count

 

Percent

Yes

 

455

 

59.0

In Progress

 

157

 

20.0

Other

 

159

 

21.0

  

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18. Permission Granted By: (name and title)

Latest User Responses:

John Jackman
 

 

 

Angela Ashegh GSGWM Leader
 

 

 

Paul D'Agostino Dir of Public Works, Forestry, Parks and Greenways In addition, permission IS BEING SOUGHT for families in the 5th Ward of Evanston
 

 

 

Ashokrao Jadhav
 

 

 

myself
 

 

 


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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

771

 

1

 

469.0

 

50000

  


20. Type of Request:

Value

 

Count

 

Percent

Physical Donation of Trees

 

728

 

94.4

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

 

43

 

5.6

  

21. Tree kind 1:

Latest User Responses:

Red maple
 

 

 

Paper birch
 

 

 

Carpinus caroliniana (American hornbeam)
 

 

 

Mango
 

 

 

pink dogwood
 

 

 


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22. Tree kind 2:

Latest User Responses:

Silver maple
 

 

 

Hemlock
 

 

 

Cornus alternifolia (pagoda dogwood)
 

 

 

Drumstick
 

 

 

rose tree
 

 

 


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23. Tree kind 3:

Latest User Responses:

White oka
 

 

 

Red Oak
 

 

 

Corylus americana (hazelnut)
 

 

 

Chikku
 

 

 

maple
 

 

 


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24. Tree kind 4:

Latest User Responses:

Red oka
 

 

 

northern hardwood
 

 

 

Ostrya virginiana (hop hornbeam)
 

 

 

Teak wood
 

 

 

american redbuds
 

 

 


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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 trees will be planted...
 

 

 

The 8th grade cadettes ar...
 

 

 

Our May 1, 2016 event rev...
 

 

 

I am planning to engage 1...
 

 

 

for beauty and love and e...
 

 

 


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