R9 BIL High-Priority Regional Invasive Species Projects (Non-Federal Lands) is a Discretionary grant funded by Forest Service. It is categorized in Science and Technology and other Research and Development. The grants is open to all (government, organization, and/or individual) entities. The application deadline (close date) to apply is 2023-02-03 (5 days left).
The following table summarizes the R9 BIL High-Priority Regional Invasive Species Projects (Non-Federal Lands) opportunity.
|Opportunity Title||R9 BIL High-Priority Regional Invasive Species Projects (Non-Federal Lands)|
|Funding Instrument Type||Grant, Cooperative Agreement|
|Post Date||October 24, 2022 (Monday)|
|Last Updated Date||December 29, 2022 (Thursday)|
|Close Date||February 3, 2023 (Friday)|
As part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law's (BIL) broader ecosystem restoration objective, the non-federal lands portion of the invasive species provision enables the USDA-Forest Service, States, and other agencies to strategically sustain the health of forest ecosystems or tree species with high ecological value by taking stronger action in the early phases ofthe invasion curve at regional or sub-regional scales and at points of entry.
Specifically, we aim towork collaboratively to scale-up the implementation of management actions in the field for the prevention of introductions or spread, prevention of damage, early detection of introductions, rapid response and eradication of invasive forest insects, worms, pathogens, and plants.
It is expected that new projects will be complementary to existing cooperative and federal forest health protection programs and will sustain high value forest ecosystems or tree species (see, e.g., multi-state priority areas identified in State Forest Action Plans (SFAPs) or Northeast-Midwest State Foresters Alliance, Forest Health Committee (NMSFA FHC) 2021 priority needs document).
The following table shows the dates and awards information in detail for R9 BIL High-Priority Regional Invasive Species Projects (Non-Federal Lands) federal grants. It posted on 2022-10-24 and will be closed on 2023-02-03.
The estimated total program funding is $3,570,000 for 30 awards (expected).
|Agency Name||Forest Service|
|Cost Sharing or Matching Requirement||Yes|
|Additional Information||Financial advice to States document with BIL funding supplement|
|Additional Information URL||https://usfs-public.app.box.com/v/2022FinancialAdvice/file/982858955153|
The next CFDA (Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance) numbers are associated to this federal grant.
- 10.680 - Forest Health Protection
- Infrastructure Investment and Jobs
- Natural Resources
- Science and Technology and other Research and Development
- No Additional Explanation Reported
- State governments
- Additional Information: Who can apply: All USFS eastern region (region 9) State forestry departments or an equivalent State agency that have a responsibility for forest health are eligible. Universities, Colleges, and nonprofit organizations are eligible, but the application must also include a letter of support from the State Forester(s) or appropriate State agency lead. Region 9 consists of: IN, DE, IL, MN, WI, MA, MD, WV, NY, MO, DC, ME, IA, PA, RI, MI, VT, CT, OH, NJ, NH
|Grantor Detail||David L Mausel |
(R9 regional entomologist)