Four proposed projects to use woody biomass from area forests to heat northeastern Oregon schools and local government buildings will receive grants totaling $57,250, the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) announced this week.
Have an idea for using woody biomass from northeastern Oregon forests to produce heat, electricity or fuel? You may be eligible for grant funding from the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) to help with your project.
The pre-proposal form for the Department of Defense 2013 Readiness and Environmental Protection Initiative (REPI) Challenge is now available on the U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Community’s web page.
Target Community Biomass Project Planning Grants, Western Regional Biomass Project Planning Grants, and the Statewide Woody Biomass Utilization Grant available for applications now.
Lincoln County Port Authority located in South Lincoln County, Montana requests proposals from qualified consulting, engineering, or logging industry firms to provide expertise related to contamination clean-up efforts and logging practices.
ERDP has received funding through the Montana State Workforce Investment Board and the Montana Community Development Block Grant-Economic Development Planning program for Restoration Forestry Training development.
BitterRoot Economic Development District (BREDD), Inc is offering interested individuals or organizations an opportunity to submit a Statement of Qualifications to BREDD to prepare a two phase feasibility study for the Frenchtown Mill, located in Frenchtown, Montana.
Deputy Agriculture Undersecretary for Rural Development Doug O’Brien today announced that USDA is funding a series of projects to convert biomass to energy through USDA’s Rural Energy for America program.
In 1964, Congress established the National Wilderness Preservation System, under the Wilderness Act.