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
2023 Establishing Monarch Waystations and Habitat at Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area (CA) Santa Monica Mountains Fund Newbury Park and Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Greater Los Angeles Area, California $174,900.89
2023 Improving Water Quality Management of Long Island Sound by Municipal Government (CT) Earthplace - The Nature Discovery Center, Inc. Fairfield, County: Stratford, Bridgeport, Fairfield, Westport, Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, and Greenwich, Connecticut $80,607.05
2023 Improving Wildlife Habitat and Community Engagement in the Grand Calumet River Area of Concern (IN) The Nature Conservancy Cities of East Chicago, Hammond, and Gary, northern Lake County, Indiana
2023 Managing Forests to Restore Diverse Habitats through Public-Private Partnerships and Market-Based Incentives (MD, PA) Indiana University of Pennsylvania Research Institute Laurel Highlands, Southern Allegheny Front, Pennsylvania Wilds, and Middle-Upper Allegheny in Pennsylvania
2023 Advancing Wetlands Mapping for Improved Regional Habitat Management in Bristol Bay (AK) Bristol Bay Native Corporation Bristol Bay watershed, Alaska
2023 Expanding Tree Canopy to Reduce Stormwater Impacts in Under Resourced Communities (IL) The Morton Arboretum Stickney, Bedford Park, Summit, Forest View, Blue Island and Crestview communities, Garfield Park and East Side neighborhoods, and Douglas, Oakland and South Shore Chicago parks in the Chicago-Calumet Rivers watersheds, Illinois
2023 Expanding Reforestation in the King Fire Scar on Eldorado National Forest (CA) American Forests Eldorado National Forest, California
2023 Restoring Upland, Wetland and Riparian Ecosystems in Monroe (MI) Monroe Public Schools Knabusch Math & Science Center in Monroe, Michigan
2023 Restoring Grasslands and Wildlife Habitat through Adaptive Grazing Management (OK) Noble Research Institute, LLC Cross Timbers Eco-Region of the Southern Great Plains in south central Oklahoma $471,240.00
2023 Restorative Landscape Planning for Rural Communities in Georgia's Coastal Plains Anthropocene Alliance Reidsville and Collins, Tattnall County, Georgia $284,781.34