Montana Forest Owners Association (MFOA), one of MFCN’s Participating Groups, recently presented the results of their landowner survey at the March 4, 2023 Forestry Mini College at the University of Montana. This survey was made possible by MFCN through funding from the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation to help Montana collaborative groups in […]
Fueling Partnerships & Collaboration: MFCN March 2-3, 2023 Collaborative Leadership Workshop a Success!
MFCN Collaborative Leadership Workshop March 2-3, 2023 Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Missoula, MT MFCN’s Participating Groups’ leaders from throughout the state gathered to share challenges while identifying commonalities and how purposeful collaboration can foster greater positive outcomes in statewide resource management. The event would not have been possible without sponsorship by the USDA Forest Service […]
DNRC is announcing the availability of funding for Local Government Forestry Assistance Grants for 2023. These grants provide funding for local governments to support activities to accelerate the pace and scale of forest management to reduce wildland fire hazards, improve forest health, and enhance economic productivity on cross-boundary projects that include federal lands in Montana. Local […]
DNRC FOREST STEWARDSHIP GRANTS AVAILABLE: Applications for Forest Stewardship Grants are open now through 4 p.m. on March 15. Non-profit organizations; local, state, and Tribal governments; and non-governmental conservation organizations are eligible to apply for grants to reduce wildfire risk, improve forest health, and support landscape resilience. Learn more and submit applications at https://bit.ly/ForestStewardshipGrants2023.
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New Brochure for Kootenai Forest Stakeholders Coaltion
Montana Forest Action Plan’s RFP is Now Open! The Department of Natural Resources and Conservation is now accepting applications for grants through the Montana Forest Action Plan to reduce wildfire risk and improve forest health on state, private, county and Tribal lands, and on federal lands through the Good Neighbor Authority Program. Up to $500,000 […]