Research Grants

The Native Plant Society of Texas offers grants to Texas university graduate students to support research projects related to Texas native plants or the conservation and restoration of Texas native plant habitats. 

Ann Miller Gonzalez Graduate Research Grants

This research grant is named in honor of an early supporter of Texas native plants. The award amount is up to $2500 for the duration of the grantee’s research project.

Research Grant Application (PDF)

The grant application period will open on September 1, and close on October 15. Grant(s) will be disbursed by February 1 of the following year.

Application Available September 1.


The Grants & Scholarships Committee administers all student awards. For more information or questions about the research grant, please contact the Grants & Scholarships Committee.

Past Recipients

Ann Miller Gonzalez Graduate Research Grant

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2022 Research Grant Recipients

Xinyi Yan Xinyi Yan studies Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior at University of Texas at Austin, co-advised by Drs. Caroline Farrior and Amy Wolf. Her research focuses on interactions between plants

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