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 Upper Parks Creek Water Conservation Assessment (CA) GS Black, Inc. Parks Creek, tributary of the Shasta River, California.
$149,540.00
2020 Forested Wetland Restoration in the Lower Mississippi River Floodplain (AR, KY, LA, MO, MS, TN) Mississippi River Trust Mississippi River active floodplain of Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee $653,696.00
2020 Educational Outdoor Laboratories and Hydrology Restoration on the Tchoutacabouffa River (MS) Land Trust for the Mississippi Coastal Plain D'Iberville, Missippi
$40,000.00
2020 Combating Habitat Fragmentation and Loss in Grassland Ecosystems (CO) Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory Shortgrass prairie habitat in southeastern Colorado. $378,465.41
2020 The County Line Dam Removal: Increasing Aquatic Connectivity in the Paulins Kill Watershed (NJ) The Nature Conservancy Townships of Hardwick and Frelinghuysen, Warren County and Stillwater Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.
$498,797.17
2020 Support for Water Transfers to Instream Flows (MT) Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation Bitterroot, Blackfoot, and Upper Clark Fork River Basins, Montana.
$46,410.04
2020 Building Bridesburg Riverfront Park (PA) Delaware River City Corporation Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
$160,036.06
2020 Increasing Farmer Participation in Conservation through Targeted Technical Assistance (MI) Clinton Conservation District Agricultural land in the Middle Grand River Watershed Region, with primary implementation in Clinton, Eaton and Ionia counties in Michigan
$182,694.60
2020 Removal of the Derelict Fishing Vessel Lady Carolina from the Reef in Saipan Lagoon (CNMI) Pacific Coastal Research & Planning Saipan Lagoon, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands $1,500,000.00
2020 Improving Fish Passage and Restoring Riparian Habitat along Grout Book and Virgil Creek (NY) Cortland County Soil and Water Conservation District Grout Brook in the Town of Scott, and Virgil Creek in the Town of Virgil in Cortland County, New York
$275,000.00