Established in 2006 as a non-profit, 501c(3) corporation, and separate entity from Western Chapter ISA (WCISA), the John Britton Memorial Trust Fund (the Britton Fund) works for the public good to promote priority research and educational opportunities for the advancement in the field of arboriculture in the geographic region of California, Arizona, Nevada and Hawaii. The Britton Fund is supported by the generosity of the WCISA community including WCISA members, corporate sponsors and private contributors who share the belief that education and research improve the arboricultural profession.
Ensure a healthy sustainable environment in a changing world through fundraising, research, and education.
Provide funding for research and education to benefit the field of arboriculture and urban forestry with emphasis on issues inherent to the geographic area of California, Nevada, Arizona and Hawaii.
Create and enable knowledge by raising financial support for research and education to promote excellence and advancement in the field of arboriculture for the public good.
Established in 2006 as a non-profit, 501c(3) corporation, the Britton Fund is supported by the generosity of a community of individuals; WCISA Members, corporate sponsors and private contributors—and is proud to be an instrument of information and opportunities for the profession and its representatives.
A separate entity from WCISA, the Britton Fund receives no funding from annual membership dues to carry out its mission. Supported by the generosity of the WCISA community, the Britton Fund provides education, research and scholarships for the benefit of arboricultural professionals and students. Fund contributors share the belief that education and research improve the profession.
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The Britton Fund, Inc.
31910 Country Club Drive
Porterville, CA 93257