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
2020 Black Bear Monitoring in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley (AR, LA, MS) Mississippi State University Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi $138,483.00
2020 Engaging Community Volunteers in the Stewardship of Public Lands in Southern Colorado (CO) Rocky Mountain Field Institute, Inc. Colorado Springs, Colorado $30,000.00
2020 Environmental STEM Education in the Lake Michigan Watershed (IN) Indiana Dunes Environmental Learning Center, Inc. Lake County, IN
$40,000.00
2020 Pacific Northwest Forest Collaboratives and Indian Tribes Restoration Initiative (OR, WA) Sustainable Northwest Colville, Washington; John Day, Oregon; and Chiloquin, Oregon across three National Forests (Colville, Malheur and Fremont-Winema) that are encompassed by the treaty rights and ancestral lands of many Indian Tribes (Colville, Kalispel, Warm Springs, Burns Paiute and Klamath Tribes) $349,470.19
2020 Marine Debris Removal from Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument (HI) Papahanaumokuakea Marine Debris Project Inc Pearl and Hermes Reef, Maro Reef, Midway Atoll, Kure Atoll, Lisianski Island, Laysan Island and French Frigate Shoals, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, Hawaii $299,628.79
2020 Studying Effects of Water Quality on Coral Reproductive Success (FL, HI) University of Hawaii Wahikuli and Honokowai watersheds on Maui, Hawaii and from Carysfort Reef northwards to Biscayne Bay National Park in South Florida $149,803.04
2020 Implementing Agricultural Best Management Practices in the Middle Schuylkill Cluster (PA) Berks Nature The Maiden Creek Watershed, specifically parts of Richmond, Greenwich, and Windsor Townships. $250,000.00
2020 Recycling Used Gill and Seine Nets in the Port of Bellingham, Washington Port of Bellingham Bellingham, Washington $9,850.00
2020 Pollinators for Rare Plants in New Mexico (NM) Conservation Science Global, Inc. Southeast New Mexico $89,999.93
2020 Hurricane Michael Marine Debris Removal in Northwest Florida University of Florida Shoreline and nearshore waters of St Andrew Bay in Bay County; St Joseph Bay in Gulf County; and Apalachicola Bay in Franklin County, Florida. $3,000,000.00