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 Monarch Wings Across California: Improving Pollinator Habitat for Western Monarchs (CA) Pollinator Partnership San Joaquin Valley, California $174,913.65
2022 Water Quality Monitoring to Improve Fairfield County Waterways and Long Island Sound-VII (CT) Earthplace - The Nature Discovery Center, Inc. Twenty-one rivers and three harbors that feed Long Island Sound in Fairfield County, Connecticut $99,964.10
2022 Permanently Protecting Grassland and Migratory Bird Habitat on the Southern Plains (CO) Southern Plains Land Trust, Inc. Heartland Ranch Nature Preserve in Bent County, Colorado $250,000.00
2022 Implementing Shared Services to Maintain Green Infrastructure in the Calumet Region (IL, IN) OAI, Inc. Calumet Region of Illinois and northwest Indiana
2022 Identifying, Assessing, Prioritizing and Implementing Water Transactions in the Upper Salmon and Teton River Basins (ID) Idaho Department of Water Resources Upper Salmon and Teton River Basins, Idaho. $376,296.95
2022 Integrating Artificial Intelligence into Gulf of Mexico Reef Fish Fishery Electronic Monitoring (FL) Mote Marine Laboratory, Inc. Sarasota, Florida; Gulf of Mexico $349,000.00
2022 Community Driven Adaptation and Resilience Plan for Oyster (VA) The Nature Conservancy Oyster Village, on the seaside in Northampton County on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, is a working waterfront and residential community that is highly vulnerable to rising seas and recurrent flooding and has a spatial diversity of uses (i.e. public, private, commercial, religious). $243,629.97
2022 Operationalizing Machine Learning in Alaska’s Fixed Gear Electronic Monitoring Program Ai.Fish Kailua, Hawaii; Chicago, Illinois; Alaska $250,000.00
2022 Northern Hudspeth County Grassland Restoration (TX) Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation Northern Hudspeth County, Texas, on the dry mixed prairies that constitute a southern extension of Otero Mesa out of New Mexico. The project will occur on the Centerfire, Double U, and Double M Ranches, which are owned by University Lands. $250,000.00
2022 Using Community-Based Collaboratives to Improve Grassland Habitat for Migratory Birds (CO; NM) Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory The eastern plains of Eastern Colorado and northeastern New Mexico $315,615.00