Funds for Partnerships Addressing National Forest Issues

Deadline: July 9, 2010
The Foundation’s Community Assistance Program promotes the creation of locally-based forest partnerships seeking to resolve natural resource issues through a collaborative, dialogue-based process. The program provides start-up grants in the $5,000 to $15,000 range to organizations that intend to proactively engage local stakeholders in the community in forest management and conservation issues on and around National Forests and Grasslands.


The National Forest Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization established by Congress to support the U.S. Forest Service in its management of the nation’s forests and grasslands.
Related Resources:
National Forest Foundation: Community Assistance Program