P-2250

Large Trees for Heritage Park

Description

Financing

Documents

Photos

History Logs

Project Description

Country: USA

Location: Idaho Falls

Total Budget: $10,000

Area of Focus: Economic and community development

Activity Type: Community Development: General

Summary: Large tree planting project in the new Heritage Park in Idaho Falls, Idaho.


In honor of Rotary International President Ian Riseley's visit to Idaho Falls and helping the Idaho Falls Rotary Club break ground on the Heritage Park project and his tree planting initiative; the Idaho Falls Rotary Club seeks a District Matching Grant for the purpose of planting large, substantial trees in the new Heritage Park.

Why trees?

Trees provide many benefits in urban settings. They reduce air and noise pollution, help conserve water, save energy, and reduce soil erosion, saving money, enhancing businesses and providing beauty to the places in which we live and work. Idaho Department of Lands

The Rotary Club of Idaho Falls is working with the City of Idaho Falls and their park project architect to provide the proper tree selections for this project. At a minimum we propose to plant these suggested trees.

Four (4), Weeping Willow, 3"

Two (2), Bur Oak, 4-5"

Three (3) Greenspire Linden, 4-5"

Two (2), Emerald Queen Maple, 4-5"

Three (3), River Birch, 4-5"

Three (3), River Birch Clump, 12-14'

It is expected the cost of these 17 sizable trees will be $10,017.

The Rotary Club of Idaho Falls will work with the city and provide the needed labor to plant the trees in the park. Additionally, we will work with the City of Idaho Falls and Rotary will create a large plaque in honor of President Ian Riseley's visit and tree planting initiative.

We envision the community at large, and especially the children, enjoying the park and these trees as an integral part of the Heritage Park.

Project Contact Person

District: 5400

Rotary Club of: Idaho Falls

Primary Contact: Steve Poulsen

Email: poulsenfamily@mac.com

Project Status

Paid
This project is "Paid". This means that the funds from the district have been issued. This project is now being ready for implementation. When this is done, a report needs to be uploaded on the project page and the "Reported" button needs to be clicked, then the status of the project will be changed to "Reported".

Project listed for the 2018-19 Rotary Year.

Proposed Financing

Existing Contributions Towards This Project

Date

Cash

DDF

Total

Idaho Falls (5400)

31-May-18

$5,000

$5,000

$10,000

Total

$5,000

$5,000

$10,000

Project Supporting Documents

Project Photos

History Log Entries

31-May-18

System Entry

System Entry: Creation of project page.

31-May-18

by Steve Poulsen

System Entry: Project sent for club signatures.

31-May-18

by Steve Poulsen

System Entry: Project signed by Steve Poulsen.

31-May-18

System Entry

System Entry: Project signed by Lindsey Romankiw.

16-Jul-18

by Ines Crespo

System Entry: Project approved by the District Approval Committee.

22-Jul-18

by T. J. Adams

System Entry: Check for DDF payment issued by Foundation Treasurer.

7-Mar-19

by Steve Poulsen

We have been communicating with the City of Idaho Falls and the project architect via email on tree planting schedule. The planting schedule has not been formalized yet.

20-Apr-19

by Marianne Barker

This is a reminder that you have a report due May 15, 2019 on this project. If not your final report, then write & send a brief history log indicating the % completion of the project and the estimated end date. Late reports on open grants can effect your eligibility for a 2019-20 grant. Thank you!

9-May-19

by Marianne Barker

This is a reminder that you have a progress (hopefully final) report due no later than May 15, 2019 on this project. Late reporting can impact your club's access to a 2019-20 grant.

25-May-19

by Marianne Barker

Your final (or progress) report was due May 15th. It is now 10 days overdue. Please bring your reporting up to date as soon as you can.

31-May-19

by Steve Poulsen

We continue to communicate with the City of Idaho Falls and the project architect via email on tree planting schedule. The planting schedule has still not been formalized yet. The current parks and recreation director has accepted another position in Las Vegas, so we will need to work with the interim director. We hope to have more concrete information by July 1, 2019.

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