Welcome to the Bartlett Tree Foundation Web Site

The Bartlett Tree Foundation, Inc. provides financial assistance for selected students of arboriculture, horticulture, forestry, and related disciplines at both two-year and four-year colleges and universities. Bartlett scholarship endowments have expanded since its founding in 1985 to include over 29 institutions across the U.S. presently.

To date, Bartlett has provided over $1 million in scholarship funds to participating college programs. The participating institutions, in accordance with their criteria, select the student recipients. The recipients must be actively enrolled in a course of study that leads to a degree or diploma in arboriculture, forestry, urban forestry, horticulture, plant pathology, botany, or some other closely related discipline. Students must maintain a sufficient grade-point average to ensure earning a degree. Good character, worth of recognition, and financial need are also determining factors for student eligibility.

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Scholarships: The Bartlett Tree Foundation encourage students to achieve their education goals and begin a career in arboriculture with scholarship awards. Learn more about the selection process and criteria required in order to receive a Bartlett Foundation Scholarship.

Schools: The Bartlett Tree Foundation provides scholarships at 29 participating institutions, and for students at any college that offers degrees in related fields. Find out more about eligible schools.

Scholarship Recipients: Out latest set of recipients is currently featured on our site. Visit the Scholarship Recipients section to learn more about a list of scholarship winners for this season.

Helping Students Achieve Their Goals in Arboriculture

Besides providing much-needed, immediate financial assistance through a foundation scholarship, Bartlett Tree was instrumental in guiding my career path through their hands-on participation in classroom activities at Cal Poly.

Kevin Ventura,
California Polytechnic
State University