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 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 Be a Good Egg: Share the Shore with Shorebirds around Long Island Sound-V (NY) National Audubon Society, Inc. Long Island Sound watershed of New York: Baldwin, Oyster Bay, Westbury, Glen Cove, Town of Brookhaven, Town of Huntington, and Town of Smithtown, New York $62,561.78
2022 Water Transaction Coordination, Processing, and Monitoring (OR) Oregon Water Resources Department Columbia Basin, Oregon
2022 Elevating Instream Flow Enhancement in the Umatilla Tribal Geographies and Northeast Oregon (OR) Trout Unlimited, Inc. Grande Ronde, Wallowa, Umatilla, Walla Walla and John Day River Basins. $459,303.99
2022 Engaging Local Youth Through Seaweed Farming to Improve Water Quality in the Long Island Sound (NY) Rocking the Boat, Inc. Bronx River, Bronx, New York $72,163.10
2022 Enhancing Flood Mitigation Through Invasive Species Control for a Resilient Ala Wai Watershed (HI) State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources The Ala Wai watershed is 12,000 acres in the State of Hawaii, island of Oahu, City & County of Honolulu. This large-scale project comprehensively addresses the invasives problem in 4,000 acres- targeting the uplands where forests remain, and benefiting the urbanized areas and coral reefs downstream. $1,640,830.35
2022 Increasing Capacity for Bird-friendly Forestry on West Virginia's Private Forest Lands The Forest Stewards Guild Monongahela Forest Focal Geography, Preston, Tucker, Randolph, Pocahontas, Greenbrier, Nicholas, Fayette, Summers and Monroe Counties, West Virginia $143,336.27
2022 Advancing Biodiversity Conservation and Diverse Citizen Engagement (MN) Monarch Joint Venture St. Paul, Minnesota
2022 Utilizing a Traditional Framework to Minimize Flood in Manunalua Bay Watersheds (HI) Malama Maunalua Maunalua Bay's Niu, Kuliouou, and Wailupe watersheds are steep and short. The upper watersheds are forested, while approximately 90% of the lower watersheds are developed. There is one arterial highway that runs along the coast, 2 channelized, hardened streams, and one that is unpaved. $262,312.15