DNRC is managing funding from the State’s Fire Suppression Fund to help further the implementation of the Montana Forest Action Plan. Projects should reduce wildfire risk and improve forest health on state, county, tribal, private lands, and federal lands through the Good Neighbor Authority. Projects should involve multiple collaborating partners, and engage in cross-boundary management to address at least one of the following through forest management and conservation actions: forest health; wildfire risk; working forests and economies; biodiversity and habitat; human and community health; urban and community forests.

Grant Cycle

To be determined.

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  • Non-profits
  • Local government
  • Tribal
  • Conservation District
  • State Agencies
  • Colleges and universities
  • Federal Agencies
Projects should have a primary focus on increasing forest health while decreasing wildfire risk.

This grant program is funded by the State Fire Suppression Fund.

Awards vary from $100,000 to $500,000

The next request for proposals is still being determined.

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Erik Warrington