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.
American Chestnut Foundation
Planting American Chestnut Trees in National Forests
To recruit 30 community members to plant 1,250 potentially blight-resistant American chestnut trees on two National Forests.
Appalachian Mountain Club
Avalon Trail Reconstruction
To reconstruct the popular Avalon Trail by installing rock steps, drainages and trail tread definition, using native materials, to correct impacted areas, prevent further erosion and enhance hiker experience and safety.
Appalachian Trail Conservancy
Protecting Appalachian Trail Open Spaces
To maintain and improve early successional habitat for wildlife species, including golden-winged warblers. The work will also control invasive plant species and improve scenery for hikers on the Appalachian Trail.
Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation
50 Miles of Trail for 50 Years of Wilderness Act
To commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act the Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation will restore and maintain 50 miles of trail in each of the three Wilderness areas within the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex.
Colorado Mountain Club
Badger Flats Habitat Restoration
To partner with the Pike National Forest to engage volunteers and youth corps crews to complete 640 hours of work on habitat restoration projects on the South Park Ranger Districts.
Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance
Evergreen Volunteer Trail Work Program
To will provide at least 2,500 volunteer hours and .55 FTE for trail work and maintenance on approximately 75 miles of trails in the National Forest in a one year period.
New Mexico Natural Resource Conservation Projects
To implement a comprehensive set of natural resource conservation projects involving 46 youth, from 7 different counties, on 6 different Forest Service Ranger Districts in New Mexico.
Four Corners School of Outdoor Education
Implementing La Sals Trails Plan with Canyon Country Youth Corps
To implement the La Sals Trails Plan with Canyon Country Youth Corps Project over 13 weeks with 3 crews.
Friends of Nevada Wilderness
Volunteer Stewardship Projects
To assist our forest partners manage forest lands through our citizen-based volunteer program which enables community members to come together on the forest and get valuable work done.
Grand Canyon Trust
Willows, Aspens, Toads, and Thistle
To support 5 on-the-ground restoration and citizen science projects, 2 tribal and Forest Service commitments and 4 consensus collaborations: Willow restoration, aspen transects, aspen photo points, boreal toad surveys, and invasive thistle removal.
Greater Yellowstone Coalition
Inventoried Roadless Area Wilderness Character Monitoring
To implement a citizen-science wilderness character monitoring project in a portion of the Gallatin Range on the Gallatin National Forest lying just outside the Hyalite-Porcupine-Buffalo-Horn Wilderness Study Area.
Lake County Resources Initiative
South Warner Aspen Restoration
To improve aspen stands within the south Warner Mountains by reducing competion of encroaching conifer and juniper.
Montana Discovery Foundation
Thermograph Monitoring on Forest Watersheds
To use temperature data loggers and a youth citizen science team to monitor daily temperatures in both air and water across four watersheds.
Northwest Youth Corps
Wild Sky Wilderness Kelley Creek Trail Relocation
To construct up to 1 mile of a relocation of the Kelley Creek Trail to connect the trail to existing Martin Creek Trailhead of the Iron Goat Trail. The current Kelley Creek Trailhead is a road pullout in a clear-cut.
Pacific Northwest Invasive Plant Council
Citizen Science Invasive Plant Survey and Control Program
To educate and train local citizens to identify priority invasive species, conduct trail surveys in vulnerable areas to search for newly emerging invaders and manually eradicate selected target species.
Poudre Wilderness Volunteers
North Fork Trail Restoration
To restore the 4.5 mile North Fork Trail that was damaged by flood.
Rocky Mountain Nature Association
2014 American Conservation Corps
To provide labor for on-the-ground conservation projects that improve the forest's health, promote recreational use, and help the Forest Service meet its goals after the 2013 floods in Colorado.
Restoring Populations of American Ginseng, Goldenseal, and Ramps
To use population mapping and monitoring, seed collection, planting and training to promote conservation and cultivation of American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius), goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis), and ramps (allium tricoccum).
Selway-Bitterroot Frank Church Foundation
Volunteer Stewardship Program 2014
To fund lead Wilderness Stewards to coordinate and implement 2014 volunteer wilderness stewardship projects on the Bitterroot and Salmon-Challis National Forest
Stanislaus Wilderness Volunteers
Wilderness Ranger Internships
To hire 2 interns to work with volunteers and Forest Service staff in wilderness areas on a variety of projects needed to meet and maintain wilderness standards in these areas for recreation, wildlife habitat and watershed health.
Superior Watershed Partnership
Monarch Habitat Restoration and Improvement Project
To enhance and restore additional important pollinator habitat and compliments previous work funded by the National Forest Foundation and which has received national attention.
The Freshwater Trust
Still Creek Watershed Restoration Project
To accelerate the recovery of naturally functioning stream conditions to restore production and improve long and short term survival of native fish in the Mt. Hood National Forest
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado
2014 Stewardship Projects
To complete 9 watershed protection and recreation projects, four of which respond to fire and flood restoration efforts with approximately 715 volunteer days and over 4900 volunteer hours.
Walama Restoration Project
Recreation site Enhancement at Marion Lake in the Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
To engage community and youth groups in enhancement efforts to restore the integrity of recreation sites adjacent to Marion Lake in the Mt. Jefferson Wilderness.
Watershed Research & Training Center
South Fork Basin Stewards
To engage those living in the South Fork Basin in volunteering and stewardship including: wildlife habitat improvement, recreation improvement, watershed health and restoration and community based monitoring activities.
Wildlands Restoration Volunteers
214 Partnership for Stewardship
To engage 900 volunteers in 24 habitat restoration and trail projects on 3 National Forests in Colorado and foster community involvement in stewardship and restoration of local forests, watersheds, streams, wetlands, wildlife habitat and trails.
Yaak Valley Forest Council
Headwaters Restoration Partnership Project
To continue a comprehensive approach to restoration addressing fisheries in the Yaak watershed, preventing road-to-stream sedimentation, weed-caused stream bank erosion, & migration barriers. Terrestrial restoration addresses wildlife habitat.