Funds for these programs come from the U.S. Forest Service State and Private Forestry (S&PF) branch to address urban to rural forest conservation, protection and enhancement needs as identified in Idaho’s Forest Action Plan. IDL works to ensure that federal dollars are invested in locally supported projects that address issues of national importance and provide meaningful, lasting, and measurable outcomes.
Eligible applicants include State and local agencies, tribes, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions.
Reviewing past successful applications will help you prepare a competitive project and proposal. Examples of previously awarded projects can be found on the Forestry Grants website.
Eligible applicants include State and local agencies, tribes, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions. Emphasis is on hazard fuel reduction, restoration of fire adapted ecosystems, prevention education, and county wildfire protection planning.
IDL, in partnership with the Idaho Nursery and Landscape Association, Avista, Idaho Power and Rocky Mountain Power, offers small grants to communities to help celebrate Arbor Day, the last Friday in April every year.