Community Forestry Grant Applications Now Open

Oklahoma City, OKLA. – Applications are being accepted for grants to help communities across the state improve their forests. Oklahoma Forestry Services, in conjunction with the US Forest Service and the Oklahoma Community Forestry Council, is accepting applications through November 13, 2020 from local governments, non-profits, neighborhood associations, civic groups, educational institutions and tree volunteer groups. The grants are available to support for a wide variety of projects and resources needed to assess, plan, maintain and improve urban and community forests. This funding can be used for projects such as forestry plans, conducting tree inventories, staffing, tree board development and…

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LET’S GO FISHING!

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