The Idaho Forest Products Commission is pleased to offer Forest Education Grants to educate Idaho youth. We invite proposals for projects that help youth learn more about Idaho’s trees, forests and forest products. Special consideration will be given to projects that get youth out in a forest; in contact with a logger, forester or other natural resource worker; or into a facility that grows trees, or processes or uses wood products (e.g. sawmill, paper mill, furniture maker, building site, lumberyard, box maker, etc.).

Who: Teachers and others who work with youth in Idaho.
What: Grants of up to $250 to support forest-related education of Idaho’s youth.

When: Applications accepted year-round. Applications received by March 15 will be considered for April 1-March 31 projects. All applicants will be notified of decisions by March 31.

Grant Descriptions

Apply for a Forest Education Grant

 

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  • NOTE: As a condition of funding, a brief report will be required at the conclusion of the project. Please submit final materials (brief written report, photos, student work, etc.) via email to IFPC at plt@idahoforests.org so we may post your success on our website and provide ideas and inspiration to others.

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