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.
|2022||Shell Recycling Planning to Restore Long Island Sound Oyster Reefs and Shorelines (CT)||University of Connecticut||Groton-Mystic, Connecticut||$155,890.48|
|2022||Restoring Coastal Grassland at the William Cullen Bryant Preserve (NY)||Nassau County Museum of Art||William Cullen Bryant Preserve, New York||$76,899.50|
|2022||Improving Grassland Bird Habitat with the Coastal Grassland Restoration Incentive Program (TX)||Pheasants Forever, Inc.||Coastal portions of Austin, Brazoria, Calhoun, Colorado, Galveston, Goliad, Harris, Jackson, Matagorda, Refugio, Victoria, and Waller counties in Texas||$150,000.00|
|2022||Restoring, Reconnecting, and Protecting Instream Flow in the Upper Clark Fork Basin (MT)||Trout Unlimited, Inc.||Blackfoot River and Bitterroot River Subbasins, Clark Fork Basin, Montana.||$191,691.96|
|2022||Design Alternatives to Improve Connectivity for Salmon through McGlinn Island Jetty (WA)||Skagit River System Cooperative||McGlinn Island, Skagit County, Washington||$108,537.00|
|2022||Expanding the Great Plains and Chihuahuan Desert Motus Network to Inform Migratory Bird Conservation||Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory||Motus structure installation and project implementation will occur thoughout the Great Plains and Chihuahuan Desert in Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, North and South Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, and Wyoming. Project coordination and data analysis will occur at the Bird Conservancy office in Colorado.
|2022||Developing a Predator-Free Nesting Area for Hawaiian Petrel and Monitoring Seabirds in Hawaii (HI)||Pacific Rim Conservation||Midway Atoll, Hawaii and Guadalupe Island, Mexico||$408,838.90|
|2022||Tribal Alliance for Pollinators: Restoring and Improving Pollinator Habitat (OK)||The Learning Center at the Euchee Butterfly Farm, Inc.||Oklahoma
|2022||Implementing Dynamic Forest Restoration in the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania||Indiana University of Pennsylvania Research Institute||Laurel Highlands, Indiana, Cambria, Somerset, Westmoreland, Bedford and Fayette Counties, Pennsylvania||$199,141.04|
|2022||Improving Transportation Infrastructure for Meadow and Watershed Restoration at Wilson Ranch (CA)||American Rivers, Inc.||The Wilson Ranch road crossing is located on the Eldorado National Forest at the north end of Wilson Ranch meadow. The project is on Forest Road 11N37, 0.2 miles west its junction with Wright’s Lake Road. The project site is located approximately 30 miles west of South Tahoe, CA.||$449,059.41|