Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management (DFFM)
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Grants to Arizona nonprofit organizations, state and local government agencies, Tribes, and public educational institutions to control and eliminate noxious plants and weeds. Funding is intended to address infestations that threaten woodland, forested, or rangeland areas. The theme for the 2020 grant is riparian areas, or areas that interface between land and a river or stream.
DFFM’s Invasive Plant Grant Program focuses on prevention, control, and eradication of invasive plants and aims to achieve the following objectives:
Priority will be given to projects that:
Projects should involve invasive plant species found on the Arizona Noxious Weed List (https://agriculture.az.gov/pestspest-control/agriculture-pests/noxious-weeds) and/or USDA Forest Service: Invasive Plants and Weeds of the National Forests and Grasslands in the Southwestern Region (http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/resources/health/invasives/).
Proposals should identify how planning, coordination, mapping/inventory, monitoring, and evaluation will be accomplished for the duration of the project. Components of a project may include planning, prevention, suppression, reseeding, and planting native vegetation and maintenance activities. Grant recipients shall follow state and federal laws to preserve threatened and endangered species when implementing the project.
GrantWatch ID#: 164166
Grant requests should be between $10,000 and $300,000.
All grant project work must occur within 36 months of grant activation unless otherwise approved by DFFM.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://gn.ecivis.com/GO/gn_redir/T/1saroate5w0a6
Invasive Plant Program Coordinator
Grants Department: email@example.com
Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management
1110 West Washington St #100
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone: (602) 771-1400
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