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Reforestation Grants

Overview

WWF has an ambitious goal to restore 20 landscapes of outstanding importance within priority ecoregions by 2020. In order to help accomplish this goal, WWF’s Russell E. Train Education for Nature (EFN) program, with generous funding from the UPS Foundation, has a special grant opportunity focused on Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR). FLR is defined as a planned process that aims to regain ecological integrity and enhance human wellbeing in deforested or degraded forest landscapes. (WWF and IUCN 2000)

>Click here for full guidelines and to access the online application.

556,352

trees planted

Since 2012, EFN supported the planting of more than 556,352 trees in 16 countries.

What WWF Is Doing

Application Deadlines

The 2015 Reforestation Grant deadlines have passed. Please check back for updates on future opportunities.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

For more information on Reforestation Grants and other opportunities through EFN, send an email message to efn@wwfus.org. Please include your country of origin.

Building Leadership and Capacity for Forest Landscape Restoration

Since 2012, with UPS Foundation support, WWF has supported 29 local organizations in Asia, Africa, and Latin America to plant 556,352 trees and train more than 5,150 community members through its Reforestation Grant Program.

Together these locally-led projects are restoring and reforesting tropical areas of significant conservation value in:

  • Amazon and Tropical Andes (Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname)
  • Borneo and Sumatra (Indonesia)
  • Coastal East Africa (Kenya, Mozambique, Tanzania)
  • Congo Basin (Cameroon, Central African Republic, Dem. Republic of Congo, Gabon, Republic of Congo)
  • Eastern Himalayas (Bhutan, Nepal)
  • Greater Mekong (Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam)
  • Madagascar
  • Mesoamerican Reef (Belize, Guatemala, Honduras)
  • Namibia
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