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.
|2019||Rio Grande Riparian Restoration Project (CO)||Colorado Rio Grande Restoration Foundation||San Luis Valley, Colorado||$200,000.00|
|2019||Advancing Restoration of Horseshoe Crab and Shorebird Habitat in Cape May and Cumberland County (NJ)||American Littoral Society||Cape May and Cumberland Counties, New Jersey; South Reeds Beach, Kimbles Beach, Pierces Point in Cape May, and Dyers Cove, Moores Beach, and Thompsons Beach in Cumberland County.||$250,000.00|
|2019||Restore Coldwater and Diadromous Fish Habitat in Howlett Brook Watershed (MA)||Ipswich River Watershed Association||Howlett Brook, Ipswich River watershed, Middlesex and Essex counties, Massachusetts.
|2019||Weweantic River Restoration and Horseshoe Mill Dam Removal (MA)||Buzzards Bay Coalition||Station Street, Wareham, MA 02571, Buzzards Bay Watershed, 41.765361, -70.747585||$686,388.00|
|2019||Improving Resilience and Public Space with Green Stormwater Infrastructure in Normandy Oaks Park||City of Royal Oak||Normandy Oaks Park, Royal Oak in Oakland County, Southeast Michigan||$228,346.93|
|2019||Oyster Restoration and Education on the Elizabeth River (VA)||The Elizabeth River Project||Broad Creek, Norfolk, Virginia
|2019||Northwest Indiana Urban Wilderness Paddles Water Quality Monitoring||Indiana Dunes Environmental Learning Center, Inc.||Lake Michigan Watershed, Michigan||$30,000.00|
|2019||Restoring Plant Diversity in Fire-Affected Watersheds on the Angeles National Forest (CA)||Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden||Copper and Powerhouse Fire Scars in the Angeles National Forest, California||$493,658.34|
|2019||Watershed Restoration and Habitat Improvement in the Brodhead Creek Watershed (PA)||Pocono Heritage Land Trust||Brodhead Creek, Pocono Creek, McMichael Creek, in Monroe County, Pennsylvania||$249,999.17|
|2019||Engage Family Woodland Owners to Improve Forest Bird Habitat and Restore Fish Passage (ME)||Maine Forest Service||Maine Coastal, Passamaquoddy Bay, Lower Penobscot and St. Croix watersheds, Maine.||$199,975.92|