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.
|2022||Expanding the Great Plains and Chihuahuan Desert Motus Network to Inform Migratory Bird Conservation||Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory||Motus structure installation and project implementation will occur thoughout the Great Plains and Chihuahuan Desert in Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, North and South Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, and Wyoming. Project coordination and data analysis will occur at the Bird Conservancy office in Colorado.
|2022||Developing a Predator-Free Nesting Area for Hawaiian Petrel and Monitoring Seabirds in Hawaii (HI)||Pacific Rim Conservation||Midway Atoll, Hawaii and Guadalupe Island, Mexico||$408,838.90|
|2022||Restoring Big Rock Wetland for Marsh and Community Resilience, Phase I (NY)||Save the Sound, Inc.||Memorial Field, Queens, New York||$604,461.22|
|2022||Stream Flow Restoration to Benefit Salmon, Steelhead and Trout in the Columbia Basin - Umatilla (OR, WA)||Washington Water Trust||Walla Walla Watershed and Tucannon Sub-Watershed in Washington and Oregon.
|2022||Monarch-Friendly Canals: Enhancing Pollinator Habitat Along Managed Wetlands (CA)||Grassland Water District||Merced County, California
|2022||Monitoring Habitat Use and Migration Pathways for Two Arctic Nesting Shorebird Species (AK)||Manomet, Inc.||Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, North Slope, Alaska||$61,164.00|
|2022||Coastal Resilience and Sustainability Plan for the Mystic Waterfront (CT)||Town of Groton||Town of Groton, Connecticut||$90,000.00|
|2022||Real-Time Instream Flow Assesment of Transactions (OR)||Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife||Lostine River, Catherine Creek, Walla Walla River, and Whychus Creek, Oregon.
|2022||Developing a Long Island Sound Student Action Plan-II (NY)||Citizens Campaign Fund for the Environment, Inc.||Brentwood, Northport, Rocky Point, Smithtown, Riverhead, Oyster Bay, Locust Valley, and Cold Spring Harbor, New York||$100,000.03|
|2022||Reducing Marine Debris in Long Island Sound Deploying Innovative Floating Litter Traps (NY)||Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County||Oyster Bay Harbor and Hempstead Harbor, New York||$81,341.29|