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, including details about the individual grants and project reports.

Year Name Organization Location Award Amount
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
2019 Range-wide Genetic Diversity of Sneed Pincushion Cactus: Genetic Basis for Taxon Recognition Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico $80,000.00
2019 Updating Plowprint to Identify Grassland Restoration Opportunities (IA, CO, KS, NE, NM, OK) World Wildlife Fund, Inc. Select Counties in Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska and two Canadian provinces (Alberta, Saskatchewan)
$61,628.03
2019 Surveying Occupancy and Habitat Use of Rio Grande Cooter within the Pecos River Watershed (NM, TX) Eastern New Mexico University 16 locations in Texas and 16 locations in New Mexico within the Pecos Watershed $150,000.00
2019 Surveying and Treating Elodea-Infested Waters in Sucker Lake, southcentral Alaska Alaska Department of Natural Resources The Sucker Lake Complex is located within the Alexander Creek Watershed in Southcentral Alaska. The 209,362 acre watershed drains into the Susitna River Basin which drains into the the Cook Inlet. This watershed contains the only two lakes containing Elodea on the West side of the Cooke Inlet. $49,807.50
2019 Parking Lot to Dunescape Conversion (CT) SoundWaters, Inc. Boccuzzi Park, Stamford, Connecticut $347,370.94
2019 Restoration of Degraded Chaparral Within the Piru Fire, Los Padres National Forest (CA) - Phase III University of California - Santa Barbara Piru Fire Scar of Los Padres National Forest, California $279,116.37