Eligible applicants include, fire departments and fire districts, government organizations - including state, county, and local - public educational institutions, 501 (c) non-profit organizations, and Indian Tribes. Private landowners qualify if working through one of the eligible applicants listed above, but cannot directly apply. For-profit companies do not qualify. Projects may occur on state, private, federal, and tribal lands in Arizona.
Fuels mitigation is a vital component to reducing the threat of wildfires across Arizona. But, it also protects the health of our forests by removing diseased vegetation, invasive species, and dense fuel. Plus, fuels reduction work aids in the health of our watersheds and our wildlife habitat.
How to Apply
***The Application Process is Now Open***
DFFM, with funding provided by the State of Arizona, USDA Forest Service and DOI Bureau of Land Management, is soliciting project proposals from
This program is supported by the USDA Forest Service and the DOI Bureau of Land Management funding.