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 Hempstead Harbor Water Quality Monitoring Program-XIV (NY) Incorporated Village of Sea Cliff, New York Outer and Inner Hempstead Harbor, Nassau, County, New York $100,000.00
2022 Restoration of Sankofa Wetland Park (LA) Sankofa Community Development Corporation The project will take place in the Lower Ninth Ward area of New Orleans, Louisiana. $1,725,000.00
2022 Promoting Soil Health and Riparian Buffers to Support Aquatic Diversity in Northwest Pennsylvania Stroud Water Research Center French Creek and Shenango River Watersheds, Crawford, Erie, and Mercer Counties, Pennsylvania $191,157.97
2022 Improving Elepaio Predator Control on O'ahu (HI) - II Pacific Rim Conservation Wailupe Valley, Pia Valley, and Kuli'ou'ou Valleys, in the Honolulu Watershed and Kuli'ou'ou Forest Reserves $29,467.46
2022 Restoration and Enhancement of Coastal Resiliency of the Town River (MA) Town of Bridgewater The project is in the Town of Bridgewater, County of Plymouth, State of Massachusetts. It is located on the Town River, the primary tributary to the Wild & Scenic Taunton River, which discharges to Mount Hope Bay, Narragansett Bay, and the Atlantic Ocean. $2,285,000.00
2022 Renovate to Restore Fish Passage at the Jordan Millpond Dam Fishway (CT) Town of Waterford Jordan Brook, Waterford, Connecticut $60,000.00
2022 Dynamic Forest Restoration to Support Wildlife in Southwest Virginia Ruffed Grouse Society Channels State Forest, Hidden Valley WMA, Clinch Mountain WMA, Smyth, Washington, Russell and Tazewell Counties, Virginia $199,927.77
2022 Fence Management to Improve Connectivity and Habitat Quality in the Pecos Grassland Focal Area (NM) New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Work will occur on Wildlife Management Areas managed by the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish in Chaves, DeBaca, Lea, and Roosevelt Counties, New Mexico. See attached map for specific locations. $195,000.00
2022 Designing a Middle Branch Resiliency Initiative in Harbor Hospital Wetlands (MD) South Baltimore Gateway Partnership This project will take place in the Cherry Hill neighborhood of Baltimore City, a low-income African-American community.

It will specifically take place along the shoreline of the following address:

MedStar Harbor Hospital
3001 S Hanover St,
Baltimore, MD 21225

39.252259, -76.613198
2022 Increasing Capacity and Technical Assistance for Grassland Conservation On Working Ranches (TX) Pheasants Forever, Inc. 56-counties located in the Panhandle of Texas $200,000.00