The Virginia Department of Forestry (VDOF) supports local communities in their efforts to plant trees, improve urban tree cover, protect water, and more.
Virginia Trees for Clean Water Grant Program
The Virginia Trees for Clean Water (VTCW) program encourages the creation of long-term, sustained canopy cover to improve water quality across the Commonwealth. This grant is used to fund tree planting efforts that raise public awareness of the benefits of trees and their impacts on water quality.
Read more about the Virginia Trees for Clean Water Grant Program.
|Forestry Grant Program -Time and Activity Log for Staff and Volunteers||3.26||Form||View||finance financial-assistance financial-assistance-urban-and-community-forestry urban-and-community-forestry||form|
|Virginia Trees for Clean Water Grant Program Application||17.02||Form||View||financial-assistance-urban-and-community-forestry financial-assistance-water-quality urban-and-community-forestry water-quality||form|
|Virginia Trees for Clean Water Grant Program Budget Worksheet||17.04||Form||View||financial-assistance-urban-and-community-forestry financial-assistance-water-quality urban-and-community-forestry water-quality||form|
|Virginia Trees for Clean Water Grants – Request for Proposals|
Virginia Trees for Clean Water Grants – Request for Proposal document details the program and proposal requirements as well as deadlines and submission information.
A variety of financial assistance programs are available through VDOF and partner agencies for forest management activities to help protect water quality.