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 Establish and Restore Native Plant Populations in Urban New Orleans (LA) Grow Dat Youth Farm Grow Dat Youth Farm is a 7-acre urban farm located in the southern half of New Orleans'(1,300 acre) City Park. Prior to Grow Dat's establishment in 2010, the tract of land we currently sit on was an abandoned golf course, a plantation, and home to Indigenous populations. $35,700.00
2024 Nature-based solutions to Expand a Living Shoreline (CT) Sacred Heart University, Inc. Connecticut Audubon Society at Stratford Point, Connecticut $145,028.24
2024 Completing Final Design for Floodplain Restoration and Waterbird Habitat Enhancement in Hanalei (HI) Hanalei Watershed Hui Hanalei, Kauai County, Hawaii $874,308.00
2024 Developing Flood Resilience through Salt Marsh Restoration and Green Infrastructure (CT) City of Norwalk, Connecticut Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut $502,700.00
2024 Pollinator Patchwork: Enrolling Private Working Lands into Monarch Butterfly Habitat (IA) Prairie Rivers of Iowa Resource Conservation and Development Story County, Boone County, and Hamilton County, Iowa $96,880.28
2024 Planning to Improve Resiliency, Habitat and Public Access at Veteran's Park-II (CT) City of Norwalk, Connecticut Veteran's Memorial Park, Norwalk, Connecticut $322,000.00
2024 Maine Innovative Fishing Gear Library and Community Engagement (ME) Maine Department of Marine Resources Coastal Maine $3,005,650.40
2024 Grassland Conservation for Birds of the Coastal Prairie (TX) Coastal Prairie Conservancy Waller County, Texas $251,907.52
2024 Expanding Capacity of Audubon Conservation Ranching in Kansas and Oklahoma National Audubon Society, Inc. Grasslands of Kansas and Oklahoma $573,518.65
2024 Marine Mammal Stranding Network Response to Domoic Acid Emergency (CA) Marine Mammal Care Center Losa Angeles Southern California including Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, and Orange Counties $100,000.00