by National Park Service/Wildland-Urban Interface Initiative.
Federal funding is available for community-based wildland fire
protection projects. Proposals are submitted to the Sacramento
Regional Foundation for BLM Wildfire Prevention Grants or to the
National Park Service, for projects near Point
Reyes National Seashore or Golden
Gate National Recreation Area.
This grants clearinghouse site is made possible by National Fire
Plan grants from California Fire Alliance member agencies. The
Alliance is providing this pilot service to make it easier for
communities statewide to find grants to reduce their wildfire
risk, and to get technical assistance.
clearinghouse gives eligible organizations the ability to apply
to multiple programs with one concept paper. It gives funding
agencies the ability to coordinate planning, and to consider funding
projects they might otherwise not know about.
Fire Safe Council facilitates the clearinghouse by providing technical
assistance to applicants, shepherding concept papers to funding
agencies and, for some agencies, passing through grants to organizations.
sessions will be offered in six cities in California in November.
To see the schedule and sign up to attend a grantwriting session.
learn more about this clearinghouse and eligibility, see the overview.
To learn how to apply for a National Fire Plan grant through this
clearinghouse, see the instructions.
To apply for a grant, sign in using the form to the right. To
learn more about the California Fire Alliance, visit www.cafirealliance.org.
hope the site simplifies your National Fire Plan grant application
let us know what you think of the clearinghouse; your comments
will help us improve the service. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.