AIM Funded Grantees
Through the AIM Grant Program Coalitions & Collaboratives, Inc. funds organizations across the country with a focus on programs and projects that increase communities’ ability to overcome barriers to successful community wildfire mitigation. Below is a list of partners COCO’s has been fortunate to fund through AIM.
CABS shared mission is to protect and defend the rural and residential character, and to preserve the natural and aesthetic beauty of the Big Sur coast; to provide for the health, safety, and welfare of the Big Sur Community; to encourage community service and otherwise act in the
interests of the residents and property owners of Big Sur.
Engaging the public and facilitating collaborative cross-boundary actions by implementing the National Wildland Fire Management Cohesive Strategy at the local level to create resilient landscapes, build fire adapted communities, increase understanding, and implement projects to protect values at risk.
Advocating for resource conservation through education and collaborative efforts with willing landowners and organizations that promote economic and ecological sustainability; helping private and public land managers plan and implement projects that conserve and protect natural resources.
Our forests are under stress. Fire, disease, and a changing climate are destroying millions of acres each year, permanently altering our western landscapes. We aim to change that by redefining how Americans value their forests, but we cannot achieve our goals alone. Find out what is going on and how you can help.
Saint Vrain Creek Coalition
Black Forest Together
Initially, to help the residents of the Black Forest region to recover, rebuild, restore and their lives, protect the Forest’s water quality and ecological health with an emphasis placed on community values, economic stability and the richness of our natural environment today and in the future. Recently, the mission has been expanded to include reforestation of the burn scar through the implementation of the Trees 4 Tomorrow (T4T) Program.