The Herb Society of America offers grants & scholarships to support herb education through; elementary school education (in the form of a living herb garden); consumer goods research & development; college students pursuing higher education; and a variety of regional unit scholarships.
Samull Classroom Herb Garden Grant
Elementary school classrooms with fifteen students or more may apply for the classroom herb garden grant to establish an herb garden. The funds may be used for supplies such as soil, plant trays, containers, child or youth sized tools, etc.
SAMULL CLASSROOM HERB GARDEN GRANT DETAILS
The winners of the 2017–18 Samull Classroom Herb Garden Grant are:
SP• David Lawrence Jr. K-8 Center-North Miami, FL
SP• Eagle Peak Montessori School-Walnut Creek, CA
SP• Hardyston Middle School-Hamburg, NJ
SP• Ignite Achievement Academy-Indianapolis, IN
SP• Iroquois Elementary School-Erie, PA
SP• Jemison Intermediate School-Jemison, AL
SP• Kermit Middle School-Kermit, WVA
SP• Lew Wallace Elementary School-Albuquerque, NM
SP• St. Anne School-Bristol, VA
SP• Stephen Foster Elementary-Gainesville, FL
Grant for Research
Research grants are available to students, professionals, and individuals engaged in research on the horticultural, scientific, and/or social applications or use of herbs throughout history.
RESEARCH GRANT DETAILS
Regional Grants and Scholarships
Several of our units offer grants and scholarships independently of our national organization. Click the link below for a current list.
REGIONAL GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIP DETAILS