Feds Spend $50,400 for Book on Human Relationships With Old Trees
The National Endowment for the Humanities is spending over $50,000 to publish a book about the relationships between humans and trees.
The grant to Stony Brook University in New York was one of nearly 300 new projectsapproved by the agency this month.
The project, “The Latest Oldest Tree: Survival Stories for a Time of Extinction,” received $50,400 for “research and writing leading to publication of a book on human relationships to long-lived trees.”
The list of projects also includes over $400,000 to install green lighting at museums, and $200,000 to produce research papers on the immigration policies in Arizona, New Mexico, Maryland, and Virginia. – READ MORE