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||Restoration Feasibility and Planning in Blue Creek, Lower Klamath River (CA)||Yurok Tribe||Blue Creek, Klamath River, California.
|2020||Creating an Alabama Forest Classroom (AL)||Birmingham-Southern College||Alabama Tree Classroom near Pinson, Alabama
|2020||Bird Surveys, Habitat Mapping, and Non-Native Cowbird Removal in Los Padres National Forest (CA)||United Water Conservation District||Piru Fire Scar within Los Padres National Forest, California||$154,440.00|
|2020||Restoring Connectivity and Improving In-Stream Habitat in the Upper Sipsey Fork Watershed (AL)||Alabama Forestry Foundation||Streams located in the Upper Sipsey Fork Watershed in Winston County, Alabama.||$225,000.00|
|2020||Green Stormwater Infrastructure and Riparian Improvements at Overlook Elementary School (PA)||Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association||This project will take place at Overlook Elementary School in Abington Township. This school sits just downstream of the headwaters of the Sandy Run, a tributary to the Wissahickon Creek.
|2020||Lenape Dam Removal on Brandywine Creek (PA)||Brandywine Red Clay Alliance||Pocopson Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
|2020||Enhancing Instream Habitat for Brook Trout and Salmon in Narraguagus River and Tributaries (ME)||Project SHARE||Narraguagus, East Machias, and Machias watersheds, Towns of Beddington and Crawford, Washington County, Maine||$200,000.00|
|2020||Annual Coastal Lobster Trap Cleanup Event at Rye and Hampton Harbors in New Hampshire||New Hampshire Fish and Game Department||Rye and Hampton, New Hampshire||$4,995.00|
|2020||Assessing Red Knot Recovery Using Data from Delaware Bay and Lagoa do Peixe, Brazil (DE, BRA)||Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey, Inc.||The project will take place in the Delaware Bayshore counties of NJ (Salem, Cumberland and Cape May). Shoreline, marshes and intertidal areas of Delaware Bay in DE and NJ, along with the Atlantic coast in Cape May County, will be studied.||$75,000.00|
|2020||Alabama Longleaf Pine Restoration on Private Lands - VI||Alabama Wildlife Federation||Historical longleaf pine range within Alabama||$116,538.36|