In case you missed it, SFI Community Grants are now available for projects that promote collaboration with the SFI Network and support local communities’ understanding of the value and benefits of sustainably managed forests. Community Grants are awarded for collaborative community-based projects, activities or events supporting SFI’s mission to advance sustainability through forest-focused collaborations, across the US and Canada. All projects must be submitted by an SFI Implementation Committee (SIC) or non-profit organization. If the proposal is submitted by a non-profit organization, the project must include an SFI Implementation Committee or SFI Certified Organization as an active project partner. Proposed SFI Community Grant Projects must specify how they will address and lead to positive outcomes in at least one of the SFI priorities. The proposal must be submitted via SFI’s Online Application Form by 11:59 pm Eastern Time on March 17, 2023.