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 Contact Information

 

If you have questions concerning your grant, please contact your grants administrator. You can also email info@nfwf.org.

 

 Due Dates

 
  • 8/26/2016
    Klamath River Coho Enhancement Fund
    Full Proposal Deadline

  • 9/1/2016
    ConocoPhillips SPIRIT of Conservation and Innovation Program
    Full Proposal Deadline

  • 9/14/2016
    Angeles National Forest – Copper, Sayre and Ranch Fires Restoration Grant Program
    NEPA RFP Proposal Deadline

  • 9/19/2016
    Conservation Partners Program
    Full Proposals Due

  • 9/29/2016
    Pulling Together Initiative
    Full Proposal Deadline

  • 10/19/2016
    Alaska Fish and Wildlife Fund
    Alaska Fish & Wildlife Fund Full Proposal Due

  • 10/31/2016
    Killer Whale Research and Conservation Program
    Notification Deadline

  • 11/11/2016
    Apache Trout; Great Migrations and Crucial Corridors; Lahontan Cutthroat Trout; Northern Great Plains Initiative; Pacific Seabird Program
    Notification Deadline

  • 11/18/2016
    Bring Back the Natives/More Fish
    Notification Deadline

  • 12/9/2016
    Chi-Cal Rivers Fund
    Notification Deadline

​Shortgrass prairie | Credit: Greg Knadle

Viewing a Grant

Viewing a grant record in Easygrants

Once NFWF has fully executed the agreement, the grantee may view details about the funded project (such as the award amount, reporting due dates and documents submitted for the project) in Easygrants.

The primary contact for the project should log into Easygrants. If a different contact needs to access the project in Easygrants, please inform the Grants Administrator, who can change the contact information.

On your Easygrants homepage, you will see tasks for your project. If you are the primary contact for multiple NFWF projects, you may see tasks for all of those projects. To see information for one project at a time, you can click on "View My Grants" and then click "View Grant" for the individual project.