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
2024 Green Schoolyards in the South Bronx (NY) The Trust for Public Land IS 296X one mile from the East River, and X-158 Bronx Latin, .8 mile from the Bronx River, New York $493,400.00
2024 Treating Invasive Plants and Removing Fencing to Restore Wildlife Habitat (CO, ID, MT, NV, UT, WY) The Mule Deer Foundation Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada $419,953.04
2024 Rain Garden Green Infrastructure to Improve Water Quality in Northport Village (NY) Citizens Campaign Fund for the Environment, Inc. Northport Harbor, Village of Northport, New York $181,015.75
2024 A Community and Student-Driven Partnership to Implement Green Infrastructure (CT) Southwest Conservation District Lower Fairfield County communities: Norwalk, Fairfield, Westport, Wilton and New Canaan, Connecticut $231,244.97
2024 Continuing the Effective Monitoring of Sagebrush Obligate Songbirds (CO, ID, MT, UT,WY) Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming $284,658.20
2024 Long Island Sound Coastal Watershed Network-II (CT, NY) The Nature Conservancy - Connecticut Long Island Sound watershed in Connecticut and New York $262,471.98
2024 Engaging Southern Lake Erie Community on Development of a Coastal Resilience Plan (OH) Conneaut Port Authority The proposed project area is located along approximately 3 miles of southern shore of Lake Erie, from the PA border extending west to approximately North Hill Drive in the city of Conneaut, OH in Ashtabula County. $356,990.00
2024 Expanding Seed Sources and Creating Pollinator Corridors in the Madrean Archipelago (AZ) Borderlands Restoration Network Borderlands Wildlife Preserve, Arizona $200,000.00
2024 Conduct a Bycatch Risk Assessment for Laysan Albatross (Mexico) Grupo de Ecologia y Conservacion de Islas, A.C. Mexico's Exclusive Economic Zone from the US border to the Revillagigedo Archipelago. $175,000.00
2024 Restoring the Wishtoyo Chumash Village Wishtoyo Foundation The Wishtoyo Chumash Village is located in north Los Angeles County (traditional Chumash territory) on a four-acre site in Malibu overlooking the Pacific Ocean and adjacent to Nicholas Canyon beach. The property is built upon an 8,000 year old Chumash Village site. $25,028.34