Sustainable Forestry Initiative: Community Grants
The Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) Community Grants support and promote collaboration with the SFI Network to support local communities’ understanding of the value and benefits of sustainably managed forests. Community grants are awarded for collaborative community-based projects, activities, or events supporting SFI’s mission to advance sustainability through forest-focused collaborations across the U.S. and Canada. All projects must be submitted by an SFI Implementation Committee (SIC) or non-profit organization. If the proposal is submitted by a non-profit organization, the project must include an SFI Implementation Committee or SFI Program Participant as an active project partner.
Amount: Community Grants range from $5,000-$10,000.
Eligibility: The Lead Organization must be an SFI Implementation Committee or a registered, tax-exempt non-profit and/or charitable organization. Entities additionally eligible to submit applications as the lead organization include SFI Implementation Committees; colleges and universities; and Indigenous groups.
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