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 Stream Flow Restoration to Benefit Salmon, Steelhead and Trout in the Columbia Basin - Colville (WA) Washington Water Trust The Upper Columbia Region, including targeted work in the Wenatchee, Okanogan, and Methow Watersheds. $98,730.79
2022 Upper Klamath Lake Water Quality Monitoring Program (OR) Klamath Watershed Partnership Water quality samples will be collected from agricultural fields, treatment wetlands, and associated ditches, drains, and pumps around Upper Klamath Lake. $13,710.63
2022 Planning Coastal Resilience and Ecosystem Restoration at Tyndall Air Force Base (FL) The Nature Conservancy Tyndall Air Force Base sits along the U.S. Gulf of Mexico Coast in Bay County, Florida, 12 miles east of Panama City. The base includes a barrier island bordered on the SW by the Gulf of Mexico, while the main base is bordered on the SW by Saint Andrew Bay and Sound, and on the NE by East Bay. $4,800,000.00
2022 Improving Pollinator Habitat in the Playa Region Through Technical Assistance (KS) Ducks Unlimited, Inc. Western Kansas $136,878.91
2022 Technical Assistance for Pollinator Habitat on Working Lands in the Eastern Dakotas (ND, SD) National Audubon Society, Inc. Eastern North Dakota, South Dakota $262,408.68
2022 Planning for Greening the Yellow Mill Channel to Improve Water Quality in the Long Island Sound (CT) The Trust for Public Land City of Bridgeport, Connecticut $120,508.77
2022 Improving Fish Passage for Aquatic Organisms in the Holly Creek Watershed of Northwest Georgia (II) The Nature Conservancy Holly Creek watershed, Murray County, Georgia
$250,000.00
2022 Restoring hydrologic connectivity of mangrove wetlands to improve habitat resilience in Florida Bonefish & Tarpon Trust Located within the boundaries of RBNERR in Naples, FL, MSL is located on the north side of Mainsail Drive, and runs along the entire length of the road; SIR, runs east/west bisecting a natural mangrove wetland. These projects will restore natural hydrology to 1,000 acres of mangrove wetlands. $250,000.00
2022 Permanently Protecting Migratory Bird Stopover and Breeding Habitat on Rocking Chair Ranch (MT) Five Valleys Land Trust Rocking Chair Ranch in Flint Creek Valley of western Montana
$75,000.00
2022 Creating the Delaware River Watershed Conservation Blueprint National Wildlife Federation The entire Delaware River Basin $213,955.00