MDNR Grants Booklet Highlights Available Grants

October 16, 2014

The MDNR publishes a listing of its grants every year. You can view the booklet here.

MDNR’s 2014 grant programs include:

Recreation Acquisition and Development
Boating
Dam Management
Fisheries
Forestry
Wildlife Habitat Management
Law Enforcement
Trails Management
Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF)
NEW! LWCF Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership Program
Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund (MNRTF)
Recreation Passport Grants (RPG)
5-Year Recreation Plan
Boating Infrastructure Grants
Clean Vessel Act – Boat Pumpout Grants
Waterways Program Grants
Dam Management Grants
Michigan Habitat Improvement Fund Program Grants
Aquatic Habitat Grant Program
Community Forestry Grants
DTE Energy Foundation Tree Planting Grants
Federal Pass Through Funds
Forest Stewardship – Certified Plan Writing Grants
Forest Stewardship – Outreach and Education Grant Program
Michigan Volunteer Fire Assistance
Wildlife Habitat Grant Program
Upper Peninsula Deer Habitat Improvement Grant Program
Northern Lower Peninsula Deer Habitat Improvement Grant Program (Deer PLAN)
Marine Safety Grants to Counties
Off Road Vehicle (ORV) Law Enforcement Grants
Off Road Vehicle (ORV) Safety Education Grants
Snowmobile Law Enforcement Grants Program
Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) Trail Improvement Program
Recreation Improvement Fund Grants
Recreational Trails Program Grants
Snowmobile Trail Improvement Program


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