The Wildland Fire Hazardous Fuels grants focus on hazard fuel reduction and community protection. Priority projects are adjacent to National Forest and Bureau of Land Management lands in Arizona and emphasize protection of identified communities at risk of wildland fire. Fire departments, local governments, educational institutions, and non-profit organizations qualify.
The 2018 grant application period is now open!
Applications are due by May 25, 2018
All applications will now be submitted online through our grants application portal. Instructions and all other information related to the grant application process are available on the portal page.
UPDATE: The date of the Q&A Webinar has been changed to Thursday, May 10th, at 10 am. Availability may be limited, so please RSVP no later than May 8th. To register for the webinar, please email the Grants Department at [email protected]. Please include your organization name and the number of expected participants.
You can also contact the Grants Department at [email protected] with any other questions.
2017 Community Projects
Prescott-areas WUI Commission
Greater Flagstaff Forests Partnership
Flagstaff Fire Department
Navajo County (2 projects)
Pinetop Fire District
Sonoita Elgin Fire District