Grants to Colorado nonprofit organizations, agencies, public and private utilities, and community groups for projects to reduce the risk of wildfires. Funding is intended for projects addressing fuels and forest health and associated capacity-building needs. The purpose of the program is to support long-term ecological restoration, promote forest health, and reduce risks associated with wildfires.
This program provides state support through competitive grant funds that encourage community-level actions across the state for some specific purposes:
The Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS) is accepting Forest Restoration and Wildfire Risk Mitigation (FRWRM) grant applications for projects on non-federal lands in Colorado for the purposes of:
For more information on grant categories, see the following link: https://csfs.colostate.edu/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/2022-2023_FRWRM_Grant_Program_RFA_Round6.pdf#page=2
Estimated Total Program Funding:
Final award/project start date – March 31, 2023
Project completion deadline – March 31, 2027
Applicants should combine grant application and allowable supporting documents into single pdf and submit via email to their local CSFS Field Office: https://csfs.colostate.edu/areas/
Direct questions to your local CSFS Field Office.