Iowa's Living Roadways Projects Program

Applications are not currently being accepted for this program.

 

The purpose of the Iowa’s Living Roadways Projects program is to assist communities and counties in implementing needed transportation enhancement projects. Communities that have also participated in our Community Visioning program receive first priority for this assistance and funding, but it is not a prerequisite to apply for Projects funding. Examples of the types of projects assisted and funded through this program are:
 

  • landscaping of recreational trails
  • highway roadside plantings
  • prairie and savannah establishment
  • butterfly garden installations


Program goals include helping smaller communities compete for additional funds to enhance their transportation corridors for residents and travelers alike, and beautification of communities through the use of native plants to provide for lower long-term maintenance and costs. 

Funding of up to $50,000 is available for native plants for use in transportation enhancement projects. A Trees Forever field coordinator is available to help your community or group by reviewing your project plans, site design or draft application, and by providing assistance once the project funding has been awarded.

Iowa's Living Roadways Project in Ogden

Applications are not currently being accepted for this program.

 

Please contact Chelsey Yates at 319-373-0650 ext. 124 with any questions.