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 Innovative Green Infrastructure and Coastal Resilience Design for Flushing Creek (NY) Guardians of Flushing Bay Waterfront access park west end of SkyView Mall, Flushing Creek, Queens, New York $203,934.40
2022 Fueling Natural Filter Restoration in the Headwaters of the Upper Susquehanna Watershed (NY, PA) Tioga County Soil and Water Conservation District of New York The Upper Susquehanna Watershed in New York and Pennsylvania
2022 Formulating a Resiliency Strategy to Address Climate Impacts at Lalo (HI) University of Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii $45,000.00
2022 North Bay Habitat Restoration and Improvement for Monarchs and Other Pollinators (CA) Gold Ridge Resource Conservation District North Bay, San Francisco Bay Area, California $174,999.74
2022 Protecting Migratory Bird Stopover Habitat through Conservation Easement on X Bar T Ranch (WY) Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust X Bar T Ranch in Eden Valley, Sweetwater County, Wyoming $55,000.00
2022 Green Infrastructure to Improve Water Quality in Northport Harbor and Long Island Sound (NY) Citizens Campaign Fund for the Environment, Inc. Northport Yacht Club, Northport Harbor, Northport, New York $60,000.58
2022 Long Island Sound Coastal Watershed Network (CT, NY) The Nature Conservancy Long Island Sound coastal watershed areas in Connecticut and New York $215,000.00
2022 Fuels Reduction on June Mountain in Inyo National Forest (CA) California Trout, Inc. June Mountain, Inyo National Forest, California $285,485.08
2022 Collaborative Coastal Resilience Planning in Jefferson County (TX) Community In-Power and Development Association Inc. The project location is the coastal city of Port Arthur – population 55,280 - home to the 125,000 acre Sabine National Wildlife Refuge and a number of oil and chemical refineries, with replicable plans for similarly affected cities of Beaumont, Orange and others in the wider Texas Gulf Coast region. $233,965.49
2022 Designing Nature-Based Solutions to Protect Communities and Shorebird Habitat in Belle Isle Marsh (MA) Mystic River Watershed Association, Inc. Belle Isle Marsh and its tributary span over 400 acres across East Boston, Revere, and Winthrop (Suffolk County, MA) at the mouth of Boston Harbor. Primarily owned by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), Belle Isle is part of the 2,600-acre Rumney Marsh ACEC. $240,596.00