woodsmoke reduction program, california climate investments. 2019 outcomes, $3.3 million implemented. image depicts a graphic of 2019 outcomes that displays funding distributions, expected benefits and total funding.

The California Air Resources Board provides funding to local air districts to offer vouchers or rebates to replace old, inefficient, and highly polluting residential wood stoves, inserts, and fireplaces used for primary space heating with cleaner, more efficient home heating devices.

  • This program has received $8.0 million

  • $3.3 million has been implemented

Who can apply?

Households located in participating districts using uncertified wood stoves, inserts, or fireplaces as a primary source of heat.

Program factsheet (English & Español)

Anticipated Timelines

Check timelines and apply through participating Air Districts, see the list on the California Air Pollution Control Association website

Sample video from Bay Area AQMD. Check with your air district for details in your area.