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Grants available for fuels-reduction projects in Nevada

The Nevada Division of Forestry is seeking applications for the State Fire Assistance grant program.

About $1 million from the National Fire Plan will be allocated to projects statewide, according to a press release. The purpose of the funding is to mitigate risk of wildfires in wildland-urban interface areas.

Funds can be used for costs associated with implementing on-the-ground hazardous fuels reduction projects, information and education relating to Wildland Urban Interface issues and homeowner and community action projects. Projects must be implemented on state and/or private lands located in Nevada. Projects on federal lands are not eligible.

For information or an application, visit www.forestry.nv.gov.

Applications must be received by the Nevada Division of Forestry no later than 5 p.m. Aug. 23. Late, incomplete, faxed or electronic applications will not be accepted. For more information, contact Kacey KC at 775-684-2511.


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