Grants Library

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation supports vital conservation projects across the United States and its territories. Please search our grants library for additional information on individual grants.

Year Name Organization Location Award Amount
2022 Facilitating Development of Coastal Resilience Projects for Great Lakes Shoreline Communities Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative The project includes focus areas in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and west Michigan and southeast Michigan. It will include work with multiple coastal jurisdictions on Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, and Lake Erie. $380,000.00
2022 Restoring Riparian, Wetland and Shortgrass Prairie Habitat through Improved Grazing Management (WY) Laramie County Conservation District Segment of Lodgepole Creek in Cheyenne, Wyoming $50,000.00
2022 Elevating Instream Flow Enhancement in the Methow & Okanogan Basins - Colville (WA) Trout Unlimited, Inc. Methow and Okanogan subbasins, Washington. $80,305.21
2022 Planning for Fish-Friendly and Flood Resilient Road-Stream Crossings in the Naugatuck Valley-II (CT) Save the Sound, Inc. Bethany, Prospect and Thomaston, Naugatuck River Valley, Connecticut $109,618.46
2022 Building Coastal Resilience for the Broader Great Marsh System of New Hampshire and Massachusetts University of New Hampshire Broader Great Marsh high priority resiliency hubs representing the ecological boundaries of Great Marsh Estuary (e.g., Great Marsh, Hampton-Seabrook Estuary & NH Seacoast) with restoration activities focused on Seabrook, Hampton, Hampton Falls & Durham (NH) and Salisbury, Newburyport & Newbury (MA). $1,519,207.41
2022 Large-Scale Restoration Planning for Pickel Meadow on West Walker River (CA) American Rivers, Inc. Pickel Meadow in Mono County, California $332,119.18
2022 Expanding Conservation Capacity in Southeast Alaska (AK) Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition Tongass National Forest, Southeast Alaska $25,000.00
2022 Developing a Regional Community Resiliency Implementation Workplan (SC) Center for Heirs' Property Preservation The Lower Pee Dee Basin meets the Atlantic Ocean and forms the Winyah Bay, the 3rd largest estuarine wetland complex on the US East coast. The tidally influenced portions of the watershed span Georgetown, Horry, and Williamsburg counties, SC. $400,000.00
2022 Partnering with Communities in Urban Waters to Enhance Stewardship of Long Island Sound (CT) Southwest Conservation District State-wide Connecticut $90,414.66
2022 Restoring Aquatic Connectivity to Strengthen Brook Trout Habitat in Pennsylvania Potter County Conservation District Card Creek and Little Portage Creek, Potter County, Pennsylvania $199,943.00