NASF among signatories on letter to Congress regarding earmarks

In a letter sent today, the National Association of State Foresters—along with the Congressional Fire Services Institute, International Association of Fire Chiefs, and the National Volunteer Fire Council—explained why the Conference Committee should adopt the Senate’s method of funding State and Private Forestry (S&PF) Community Project Funding and Congressionally Directed Spending Proposals.

We would appreciate your help in asking the Conference Committee to adopt the Senate method of funding S&PF Community Project Funding and Congressionally Directed Spending Proposals in the Interior-Environment and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill for FY22 in order to avoid base program impacts to the State Fire Assistance (SFA) and Volunteer Fire Assistance (VFA), two programs of key interest to our organizations.

Read the letter in full by clicking the link below.


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