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 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 Reducing Marine Debris by Removing Derelict Lobster Gear from Long Island Sound-II (CT, NY) Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County Marine waters of Long Island Sound in Connecticut and New York $115,840.78
2022 Wenatchee Subbasin Instream Flow Improvement Project (WA) Chelan County Natural Resource Department Wenatchee Subasin, Washington.
2022 Deschutes Basin Streamflow Restoration (OR) Deschutes River Conservancy Tumalo Creek, Whychus Creek, the Little Deschutes River, the lower Crooked River, McKay Creek, Ochoco Creek and Trout Creek, Deschutes River Basin, Oregon.
2022 Permanently Protecting Migratory Bird Stopover Habitat along the Weber River in Summit County (UT) Summit Land Conservancy The Marchant Property located on the Weber River in Peoa, Summit County, Utah
2022 Conducting Site Assessments and Planning to Address Recurring Coastal Flooding (HI) Maui Nui Marine Resource Council Kihei, HI. Located at a latitude of 20°45'51.94"N and a longitude of 156°26'42.02"W or 20.764428 and -156.445006 respectively, the town of Kihei occupies 11.7 square miles along the southwestern coastline of Maui fronted by a fringing reef. Kihei is Maui’s second most populated town. $210,000.00
2022 Constructing a Living Shoreline for West Bay Sanitary Disitrict (CA) West Bay Sanitary District The project is located at the WBSD’s 20-acre Menlo Park Flow Equalization and Resource Recovery Facility (FERRF) site, which is at the end of Marsh Road in Menlo Park, California, adjacent to Bedwell Bayfront Park, on the edge of Flood Slough in the San Francisco Baylands. $4,884,112.00