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Assessing the Impact of Urban and Community Forestry Federal Grants - Final Report

A report on funding that advances research and projects focused on improving the efficiency and quality of urban and community forests is economically, socially, and environmentally imperative.

This impact assessment final report was created through a collaboration between the USDA Forest Service, National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council (NUCFAC), and Southern Regional Extension Forestry (SREF). The National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council annually recommends urban and community forestry projects for funding to the USDA Forest Service. NUCFAC is an advisory committee and has no contracting authority. The US Forest Service contracted with SREF to assess the impact of their National Urban and Community Forestry grants awarded from 2010-2015. The following report outlines the results of this assessment.

J.H. Campbell, W.H. Hubbard, N. Stremple
Date Published
June 2017
Southern Regional Extension Forestry
Athens, Georgia (US)
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Model Project/Program
Funding and Grants, Federal U&CF
Grant, SREF, U&CF program, U&CF reporting, NUCFAC
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