A wealth of information can be found on our website and the Longleaf Library. Not finding exactly what you need? Contact us for technical assistance on your questions.
The Longleaf Alliance staff strive to respond to all questions about longleaf and the management of longleaf ecosystems. If we don’t have the answer, we work to find it, so that you can be successful with your longleaf objectives. Assistance is tailored to meet the specific question(s), using the best method(s) to provide a prompt and accurate response. This may be by phone, email, or when possible a site visit, and sometimes soliciting partner assistance to meet your needs. Use the form below to get started:
The Longleaf Alliance Planting Funds
Because of the tremendous public benefits that flow from healthy private forests, many incentives (including “cost-share”) exist to encourage landowners to plant, grow and manage forests. This is especially true with longleaf pine, because of its superior environmental benefits.
The Longleaf Alliance works with multiple partners to provide longleaf pine seedling funds to landowners. Submitting a request does not guarantee that funds will be available, but does allow us to more efficiently track those landowners or partners that are in need of assistance.
2021-2022 Seedling Requests Under Review
We are not accepting new requests at this time.
Other Cost-share Opportunities
Available financial incentive programs change regularly, but they typically reimburse the landowner for a portion of the expenses of approved practices, including planting, prescribed fire, thinning, etc. Well-known federal programs include the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP), and Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program. Many state and private organizations offer programs as well.
The Longleaf Alliance can help to connect you with potential incentive programs for longleaf, specific to your management objectives and location. Contact us!
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