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 Building a Living Shoreline Along the Neuse River (NC) North Carolina Coastal Federation, Inc. Lat 34.9032 Long -76.8967, on the Neuse River, in the city of Havelock, Craven County, NC. MCAS Cherry Point is the Marine Corps’ largest air station at 13,164 acres. 168 acres are emergent wetlands. $1,000,000.00
2020 Restoring and Enhancing Wetlands at the Margery Gallogly Nature Sanctuary (NY) Western New York Land Conservancy Margery Gallogly Sanctuary in the Town of Grand Island, Erie County, New York
$100,000.00
2020 Reduce Chronic Sedimentation and Restore Resilience to South Kohala Reefs (HI) Queen Emma Land Company Pelekane Watershed, South Kohala, Hawaii
$31,130.00
2020 Duwamish River Habitat Stewardship (WA) EarthCorps The four restoration sites, Herrings House, Hamm Creek, Turning Basin No. 3 and Cecil Moses are all located along the western shoreline of the Duwamish River (north to south) in the City of Seattle, King County, Washington. $96,031.00
2020 Improving Brook Trout, Atlantic Salmon and American Eel Habitat in Limestone Creek (ON) Halton Region Conservation Foundation Limestone Creek in the Bronte Creek watershed, which drains into the Western portion of Lake Ontario in Ontario, Canada
$90,750.00
2020 Acquiring Land for Inclusion into the Appalachian Hills Wildlife Area (OH) Ohio Department of Natural Resources Muskingum, Morgan, Guernsey, and Noble Counties, Ohio $535,000.00
2020 Engaging Landowners to Improve Habitat for Listed and At-Risk Aquatic Species in South Alabama Alabama Forestry Foundation Barbour, Bullock, Coffee, Conecuh, Covington, Dale, Escambia, Geneva, Monroe, Pike counties $350,000.00
2020 Tamarisk Removal and Monitoring in the Sisquoc River Watershed in Los Padres National Forest (CA) Channel Islands Restoration The Sisquoc River and nine tributaries within the Zaca fire Scar in Los Padres National Forest, California $225,821.04
2020 Fish Passage on the Bulkley Pond Dam (CT) Aspetuck Land Trust Bulkley Pond Dam, Sasco Brook, Fairfield and Westport, Connecticut.
$143,300.00
2020 Restoring Habitat and Improving Connectivity in the Thunder Basin Grasslands (WY) Wyoming Game and Fish Department Project sites are located within the Thunder Basin Grasslands in Wyoming, from Converse County to Weston County $250,000.00