Awards shown on this page may not necessarily be reflective of current program criteria. Please refer to the current grant criteria for the most up-to-date program guidelines.
Colorado Mountain Club
Restoring Access to Trails in Mount Evans Wilderness
To partner with USFS and Friends of Mount Evans Wilderness and restore access by clearing out multiple use trails after a massive blow down in the Pike NF and Arapaho NF. To create opportunities for volunteerism through training.
Pike and Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forests
New Mexico Natural Resource Conservation Projects
To implement a comprehensive set of natural resource conservation projects involving 48 youth, from 7 different counties, on 6 different USDA Forest Service Ranger Districts in New Mexico
Carson, Cibola, and Santa Fe National Forests
Friends of Nevada Wilderness
Volunteer Stewardship Projects 2013
To assist our forest partners across 3 districts to help manage forest lands. We will do this through our citizen-volunteer program which enables community members to come together on the forest and get valuable work done.
Humboldt - Toiyabe National Forest
Friends of the Teton River
Restoring a Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout Stronghold in Canyon Creek, Idaho
To restore fish passage and connectivity to 39 miles of core Yellowstone cutthroat trout habitat on Canyon Creek, one of the last intact fluvial populations in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Caribou - Targhee National Forests
Gifford Pinchot Task Force
Gifford Pinchot Collaborative Road Restoration
To coordinate on-the-ground data collection of road conditions utilizing public involvement in the Upper Swift watershed to help prioritize opportunities for road restoration
Gifford Pinchot Collaborative Road Restoration
Mid Klamath Watershed Council
Klamath Community Stewardship Project
To involve local youth and community members in on the ground trainings to restore anadromous salmon habitat and remove invasive exotic species
Six Rivers National Forest, Klamath National Forest
Mountain Studies Institute
Chattooga Fen Collaborative Restoration Project
To restore hydrological and ecological function of 4 acres of Chattoga Fen, a rare wetland. To integrate service learning for 70+ volunteers and students. To enhance recreation. And, to advance the practice for wetland restoration.
San Juan National Forest
Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust
Middle Fork Snoqualmie Recreational Trails Enhancement Project
To complete major trail improvement to at least 5 miles of trails in the upper Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley and re-develop a new trailhead at Dingford Creek providing needed amenities and parking.
Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest
Selway-Bitterroot Frank Church Foundation
Selway-Bitterroot and Frank Church- River of No Return Wilderness Areas Volunteer Stewardship Program
To fund lead wilderness stewards to coordinate and implement volunteer wilderness stewardship projects on the Bitterroot National Forest and Salmon- Challis National Forests.
Bitterroot and Salmon - Challis National Forests
The Nature Conservancy in Washington
Tapash Sustainable Forest collaborative- Oak Creek Restoration
To conduct forest restoration treatments at the Oak Creek watershed in Yakima County, WA. Oak Creek has been identified as the top priority for restoration by the Tapash partners
Okanogan - Wenatchee National Forests
The Watershed Research and Training Center
South Fork Basin Stewards
To engage local community members in watershed monitoring, restoration and habitat improvement activities related to noxious invasive species, water quality, and riparian and fisheries habitat.
Shasta-Trinity National Forest
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado
2013 Outdoor Stewardship Volunteer Projects
To engage community volunteers to work on trail construction/restoration and habitat restoration on 5 national forests in Colorado. These 11 projects will include small projects in wilderness areas as well as larger scale projects.
Arapaho - Roosevelt, Pike - San Isabel, Grand Mesa Uncompahgre and Gunnison, White River, and Rio Grande National Forests
Wilderness Society-Washington, DC
To support two wilderness trail crews, a wilderness ranger program and training support for both of these programs through the Wilderenss Skills Institute.
Cherokee, Chattahoochee, Natahala - Pisgah, and Sumter National Forests
Wildlands Restoration Volunteers
WRV 2013 Partnership for Stewardship
To engage 1600 volunteers in 35 important habitat restoration and trail projects. To foster community involvement in the stewardship and restoration of local forests, watersheds, streams, wetlands, wildlife habitat and trails
Arapaho - Roosevelt National Forest and Medicine Bow Routt National Forests
Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve
McCormick Wilderness Wetland Restoration
To increase the amount of restored wetlands in a wilderness area by removing invasive plant species and planting native seeds. Community groups and volunteers will be central in the implementation and outreach of the project.
Ottawa National Forest