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
2019 Community-Driven Microtrash Cleanup along Bear and Santa Clara Divides, Angeles National Forest (CA) Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs Bear Divide and Santa Clara Divide roads in the Sayer Fire Scar, Angeles National Forest, California. $18,715.95
2019 Implementing Green Infrastructure to Protect the Maurice River (NJ) Citizens United to Protect the Maurice River and Its Tributaries, Inc. (CU Maurice River) City of Millville, New Jersey $69,355.52
2019 Improving Spawning and Rearing Habitat for Alosines in the Delaware River Basin (DE, NJ, NY, PA) The Nature Conservancy Streams in the Delaware River Watershed with shad and river herring runs. $175,100.60
2019 Improving Aquatic Habitat Connectivity in the Towns of Deposit and Colchester (NY) Trout Unlimited, Inc. Town of Deposit, Town of Colchester, Delaware County, New York $239,509.40
2019 Pineywoods Longleaf Restoration (LA) - VI The Nature Conservancy The WLEP will implement the Project in a six-parish conservation area anchored by the Fort Polk/Kisatchie National Forest SGA in west central Louisiana. The parishes included are Allen, Beauregard, Natchitoches, Rapides, Sabine, and Vernon. $190,942.20
2019 Managing Bottomland Hardwood Forests for Wildlife (NC, SC) The Forest Stewards Guild All private lands activities will take place both within a 50-mile radius around the NWR demonstration sites and in the NFWF's Bottomland Hardwood Focal Areas. This includes the Roanoke River Basin, the Cape Fear River Basin, the ACE Basin region, and the Cooper River Basin. $144,688.48
2019 Longleaf Pine Hurricane Recovery on Private Lands (FL) Florida Forest Service Priority for assistance will be for landowners in Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Leon, Liberty, Wakulla, and Washington counties based on LIT, State Action Plan, and America's Longleaf Conservation Plan priority areas. Irma and Nate impacted landowners are eligible as well. $75,000.00
2019 Surveying Aquatic Species of Concern and Invasives in the Power Fire on Eldorado National Forest (CA) U.S. Forest Service Eldorado National Forest, California $81,590.42
2019 Increase Capacity for Young Forest Habitat Management to Benefit New England Cottontail in Maine Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve New England Cottontail Focus Areas, York and Cumberland Counties, Maine.
$74,232.73
2019 Create Large-Scale Pollinator Habitat in Highway Rights-of-Way throughout New Hampshire New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Selected highway rights-of-way, New Hampshire statewide.
$50,184.46