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 Protecting Key Bird Habitat by Expanding the Settlers Bay Coastal Park (AK) The Great Land Trust, Inc. This project will take place in the Knik-Fairview community of the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska. $150,000.00
2023 Advancing Voluntary Conservation within the Working Lands for Wildlife Sagebrush Biome (ID) Heart of the Rockies Initiative State of Idaho in the Working Lands for Wildlife Program sage biome region. $212,000.00
2023 Using Best Management Practices to Improve Water Quality in Chisago County (MN) Chisago Soil and Water Conservation District Lower St. Croix watershed, Chisago County, east central Minnesota
2023 Status Assessment and Conservation Planning for Cumberland Plateau Grasslands (AL, GA, KY, TN) Austin Peay State University The proposed project will conduct a status assessment and write a conservation plan for portions of Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama on/along the Cumberland Plateau, in EPA Level III Ecoregion 68: Southwestern Appalachians. $495,296.79
2023 Riparian Wildlife Corridor Restoration and Wildfire Recovery at Santa Clara Pueblo (NM) Santa Clara Pueblo Santa Clara Pueblo proposes to conduct extensive riparian and wildlife restoration across reservation lands in the Santa Clara Creek Watershed, the lower Rio Santa Cruz, and Rio Grande River. $4,250,000.00
2023 Local and Tribal Collaboration for Aquatic Habitat Restoration and Invasive Species Management (MI) Superior Watershed Partnership "Keweenaw Bay Indian Community land, Bay Mills Indian Community land, Ottawa National Forest, Hiawatha National Forest, Michigan
2023 Creating Resilient Tropical Seabird Colonies through Translocation (HI, MEX) - II Pacific Rim Conservation Midway Atoll, Hawaii and Guadalupe Island, Mexico $224,000.00
2023 Guahan Sentinel Landscape Coordinator (GU) The Nature Conservancy Guam $300,000.00
2023 Little Stewards of the Sound in the Bronx (NY) Bronx Children's Museum Bronx, New York
2023 Exploring Nature-based Restoration to Improve Shoreline Resilience and Public Access (CT) Connecticut College Thames River, Connecticut College Arboretum shoreline, New London, Connecticut