The Nevada Division of Forestry is offering grants to protect and restore urban and rural ecosystems

These grant opportunities, made available through the USDA Forest Service, enable cooperators to identify LSR needs and apply for funding to address important natural resource management and conservation issues. Funds may be used to implement restoration treatments that improve or restore urban/rural forests and rangelands, water resources, riparian areas, and wildlife habitat.  

for more information please visit: forestry.nv.gov/grants/

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