The Landscape Partnership Program seeks to preserve large, unfragmented, high-value conservation landscapes including working forests and farms, expand state-municipal-private partnerships, increase leveraging of state dollars, enhance stewardship of conservation land, and provide public recreation opportunities. The program offers competitive grants to municipalities, non-profit organizations, and EEA agencies acting cooperatively to permanently protect a minimum of 500 acres of land.
New! Funding available for the development of parks or playgrounds to small towns (population 6,000 or fewer), in which otherwise eligible projects are located.
- Maximum award: $1.5 million
- Reimbursement rate: 50%
- Deadline extended to Monday, October 21, 2013
Two information sessions will be offered:
|Tuesday, August 20, 2013||2:00 pm||Department of Conservation and Recreation|
136 Damon Rd
|Tuesday, August 27, 2013||11:00 am||Boston EEA office|
100 Cambridge St, 9th floor
Landscape Partnership Grant Links
- Maps of The Nature Conservancy’s Resilient Sites for Terrestrial Conservation Focal Areas
Applicants may download data to use in evaluating their project
GIS datalayer: http://easterndivision.s3.amazonaws.com/EDHex_AA_MA041113.zip.zip
- Regional data for use in GoogleEarth or similar browser-based program:
This information is provided by the Division of Conservation Services.