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Contact information
Olivia Shanahan
Urban Forestry grant specialist

Suzann (Su) DaWalt
Urban Forestry financing specialist
715-453-2188 ext. 1267

Urban forestry grants

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources offers urban forestry grants to cities, villages, towns, counties, tribes and 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations in or conducting projects in Wisconsin. These grants fall into three categories: Regular grants, startup grants and catastrophic storm grants.

Regular grants
Urban forest

Regular grants are competitive cost-share grants of up to $25,000. Grants are to support new, innovative projects that will develop sustainable urban and community forestry programs, not to subsidize routine forestry activities.

Startup grants
tree planting

Startup grants are competitive cost-share grants of up to $5,000. These simplified grants are available to communities that want to start or restart an urban forestry program.

Catastrophic storm grants
storm damage

Catastrophic storm grants fund tree repair, removal or replacement within urban areas following a catastrophic storm event for which the governor has declared a State of Emergency under s. 323.10, Wis. Stats.

2016 grant application question and answer webinars

Please try one of the links below anytime between now and the session to ensure you are able to connect. To join either session by phone, call 1-866-715-6499 and use participant code 3985353200 followed by #.

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Last revised: Friday July 31 2015