Urban and Community Forestry Program (UCF)

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The 2022-2023 Community Forestry Assistance Grant is currently accepting applications for projects ranging from $5,000 to $40,000. The funding is available to support a wide variety of urban forestry projects and activities that can help create healthier communities. The total funding amount available this year is $550,000 – the largest amount offered by UCF for a single grant cycle.



  • Small grants
  • Non-profits are eligible in addition to public actors.
  • Supports planning as well as installation.
  • Requires 1:1 match unless "high health disparity community"
  • Plant material focused on large caliper trees (this is unusual since it creates potential tree health issues, and may be less cost effective).
  • Tools and non-tree plant materials each less than 10%