Louisiana Loggers Eligibility
There is a presumption that an eligible Louisiana small business has been and still is adversely impacted resulting from the initial and ongoing local government public health and safety orders, and particularly those emergency proclamations from Governor John Bel Edwards pertaining to COVID-19 and the Phase I, II, and III public health initiatives.
Your small business must meet all of the following eligibility requirements in order to apply for Louisiana Loggers.
If your business has already received assistance from other government programs, you can still be eligible for this grant program. Assistance previously received from other sources will be deducted from any potential grant award.
You could also have Unclaimed Property money in the Louisiana Treasury. Click here to search.
Deadline to apply is November 30, 2021.
I had a physical and active operation in Louisiana on or before March 1, 2020.
I had 50 or fewer full-time employees as of March 1, 2020.
My business filed federal and Louisiana taxes for 2019 and 2020.
My tax returns show at least a 10% drop in gross revenue in 2020 compared to 2019.
My business is in good standing with the Secretary of State. (Find out at www.sos.la.gov).
My business does not exist to advance partisan politics.
I am not in the business of directly lobbying federal or state officials.
I do not derive income from passive investments without active participation in business operations.
My business is assigned a North American Industry Classification System Code of 113310 or 484220.
I am certified by the Louisiana Forestry Association as a master logger.
At no time will we ask for your credit card or banking information.
Attention: The information on this website will be updated regularly with information that may impact your application. Please check the website information prior to filing your application to make sure you are in compliance with all program requirements.
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