Fire Adapted Nevada Partnership

Funding Support

There are many things homeowners can and should do to prepare and protect their homes to survive a wildfire. Creating defensible space, managing vegetation and landscaping, using fire resistant construction materials, and properly storing firewood and other combustible materials are all important things homeowners can do to reduce the risk from wildfire.

Funding opportunties are available for communities that have an interest in planning and implementing hazardous fuels reduction projects.

Hazardous Fuels-Community Protection Grant

 
 

Other Funding Opportunities

Other funding is available to help volunteer firefighters acquire critical wildland firefighting equipment and attend trainings, as well as assist local fire departments develop and maintain efficient and effective fire protection services.

State Fire Assistance (SFA) Program
Volunteer Fire Assistance (VFA) Grant

Highlighted Projects

Northern Region
Ruby Lake Estates Project
In partnership with the United States Forest Service, Conservation Crews from Wells and Carlin began work on the Ruby Lake Estates project in October of 2020. Located on the Southeast side of the Ruby Mountains...
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Southern Region
Pinyon-Juniper Encroachment Project
This project improved sagebrush habitat and riparian health on approximately 300 acres by reducing the impact of encroaching conifers on sagebrush ecosystems...
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Statewide
NV Energy-SB 508 Initiative
This initiative will fund wildfire fuel reduction, wildfire suppression resources, and restoration/rehabilitation treatments across Nevada within or adjacent to NV Energy Service Areas...
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