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15.232: Joint Fire Science Program

Alternate Name: Joint Fire Science Program

Overview

Program Number
15.232
Status
Inactive
Last Modified
June 29, 2022
Date Posted
June 29, 2022
Objective
This program continues to advance the Administration’s priorities to to prioritize efforts to reduce climate pollution; support climate resilience; support land conservation and biodiversity efforts, including the 30 by 30 initiative; maximize clean energy development and deployment. The Joint Fire Science Program encourages interested parties to perform research and studies pertaining to wildland fire and resource management, to enhance decision-making ability of fire, fuels, natural resource, and land managers and others to meet management objectives. This program solicits research and science delivery proposals that respond to its announcements for proposals that seek information on critical wildland fire and fuels issues, as well as related issues of post-fire recovery, smoke management, and the human dimensions of fire.
Type of Assistance
B - Cooperative Agreements (Discretionary Grants)
Applicant Eligibility
Anyone/General Public.
Beneficiary Eligibility
Anyone/General Public.
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Grant Opportunities

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