Spring 2021 AIM Fund Grantees

June 2021

Coalitions & Collaboratives, Inc.  (COCO) is excited to announce the Spring 2021 Action, Implementation and Mitigation (AIM) grant recipients. Eight organizations from five states were awarded $378,793.20 to build and develop their mitigation capacity.
AIM grants are now distributed over 14 states, with the addition of a new Utah awardee, Woodland Hills Fire Department. 

The grant funding will increase local capacity by: funding a Tribal crew to create defensible space on low income properties, expanding a firewise program to an additional county, training fire personnel to utilize a wildfire risk assessment program, hiring new mitigation personnel to address a backlog of home assessments, and supporting existing personnel to increase partnerships and local relationships. 


Audubon Canyon Ranch
Glen Alen, California 

Dovetail Partners
Duluth, Minnesota

Mattole Restoration Council
Petrolia, California

Mendocino County Fire Safe Council
Ukiah, California

Platte Canyon Fire Department
Bailey, Colorado
South Willamette Solutions
Oakridge, California
Whatcom Conservation District
Lynden, Washington
Woodland Hills Fire Department

Woodland Hills, Utah

To learn more about awardees and their accomplishments please explore our interactive StoryMap!

The AIM Program is co-sponsored by the USDA Forest Service and the National Association of State Foresters.

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