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 Increasing Forest Resilience in Weaver Basin through Fuels Reduction and Prescribed Fire (CA) Watershed Research and Training Center Shasta-Trinity National Forest, California
2023 Using Carbon Markets to Create Forest Habitat on Legacy Mine Lands in Central Appalachia (PA) United States Endowment for Forestry and Communities, Inc. Upper-Middle Allegheny in Pennsylvania
2023 Restoring Remnant Wetland Habitat at Indian Ridge Marsh North (IL) - Phase III The Wetlands Initiative Indian Ridge Marsh, Cook County, Illinois
2023 Opening Public Access and Restoring Habitat at the Kolon-Baki Nature Preserve (MI) Legacy Land Conservancy Kolon-Baki Preserve, Washtenaw County, Michigan
2023 Strengthening Habitat Resilience and Management in the Southern Plains (CO; KS; NE; NM; OK; TX) The Mule Deer Foundation Project locations will be within the range of mule deer in the Southern Great Plains (KS, CO, OK, TX, NM, and NE) and be determined by overlapping priorities and coordination with MDF partners including private landowners, state agencies, and federal agencies. $418,154.51
2023 Community-Driven Planning to Advance Equitable Nature Based Resilience Solutions (CA) Coastal Quest San Francisco, Bay Area of California $629,713.27
2023 Stabilizing Chilkat River Bank and Restoring Chinook Salmon Habitat in Chilkat Indian Village (AK) Chilkat Indian Village (Klukwan) Chilkat Indian Village (Klukwan), Coastal Southeast Alaska $669,570.00
2023 Restoring Watersheds through Agroforestry to Improve Erosion Control in Guam University of Guam Sea Grant Ugum Watershed in Southern Guam
2023 Community Engagement and Education for Eelgrass Protection on Fishers Island - II (NY) Henry L Ferguson Museum Fishers Island, New York and Southeastern Coastal Connecticut Communities, Connecticut
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