Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) - Division of Administration
08/21/20 2:00 PM EST
Grants of up to $20,000 to Florida nonprofit organizations, state and local government agencies, tribal governments, and educational institutions to preserve and expand tree canopy throughout the State, specifically in developed and urban areas. Priority will be given to projects in fiscally distressed communities.
The primary purpose of this UCF grant program is to promote better urban forest management and to provide resources necessary for the retention and expansion of community tree canopy throughout the State of Florida. Trees are a vital component of urban infrastructure, but trees must be properly managed to maximize the benefits they provide to the community. By properly managing their tree infrastructure, communities can increase property values, tourism, appeal, and the physical and mental health of residents, while reducing stormwater runoff, energy consumption, and air and water pollution. Community forest management also helps to identify public safety hazards to residents and structures and is a useful tool in storm preparation. For more information, see pp. 2-3 of the NOFO in Supporting Documents below.
For more information on grant categories and eligible activities, see pp. 3-7 of the NOFO in Supporting Documents below.
FDACS, Florida Forest Service (FFS) is requesting proposals for grants to:
GrantWatch ID#: 154847
Anticipated number of awards: 20
Grant requests may not exceed $20,000. The minimum amount allowed is $2,000.
Period of Performance: 11/01/2020 through 12/31/2021
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Completed hard copy application packages shall be mailed or delivered to:
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
407 South Calhoun Street
Mayo Building – Room SB-8
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0800
Questions regarding procedures for submittal of proposals should be submitted to:
Telephone (850) 617-7188
Phone: (850) 617-7181
Fax: (850) 617-7190
20-DG-11083112-001 – A
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