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.
|2020||Transforming a Patchwork of Rural Lands into Wildlife Habitat (WI)||Crossroads at Big Creek, Inc.||Big Creek estuary in Door County, Wisconsin
|2020||Restoration of Sweet Woods in the Forest Preserves of Cook County (IL)||Forest Preserve Foundation||Forest Preserves of Cook County, northeastern Illinois.||$324,994.48|
|2020||Removing Invasive Conifer to Restore Sagebrush Habitat (CO)||U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service||Sagebrush habitat in priority Colorado Partners for Fish and Wildlife focal areas throughout Colorado.||$100,000.00|
|2020||Improving Water Resources Management in the Delaware River Basin via Data Access (DE, NJ, NY, PA)||Delaware River Basin Commission||Entire Delaware River Basin, from the headwaters of the Delaware River in New York state to the mouth of Delaware Bay at the Atlantic Ocean.
|2020||Pocket Park Green Stormwater Infrastructure in the Cohansey Watershed (NJ)||American Littoral Society||The Cohansey River Focus area of the Delaware River Watershed Initiative. The project's main focus will be at the Stormwater Pocket Park in Bridgeton New Jersey||$95,631.57|
|2020||Raven Movements in the Desert and Implications for Tortoise Recovery (CA)||Conservation Science Global, Inc.||Mojave and Colorado Deserts, California||$250,000.00|
|2020||Water Acquisitions Grant No. 2 (NV)||Walker Basin Conservancy||Walker Basin, Nevada.
|2020||Stormwater Management Green Infrastructure at Milwaukee Schoolyards (WI)||Milwaukee Board of School Directors||Milwaukee, Wisconsin
|2020||Interpretive Signage for Areas Impacted by the Copper and Powerhouse Fires (CA)||Amigos de los Rios||Copper and Powerhouse fire scars on the Angeles National Forest, California||$65,000.00|
|2020||Planning for Coastal Resilience through an Innovative Design Approach to Capacity Building (GA, NC, SC)||Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife||Chowan, Cape Fear, Savannah, Santee, and Altamaha basins in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina||$200,000.00|