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
2019 Monitoring Hawksbill Sea Turtle Recovery Along the Pacific Coasts of Central and South America The Ocean Foundation Isla Espiritu Santo, El Pardito, and Cabo Pulmo, Mexico, Bahia de Jiquilisco, El Salvador, Estero Padre Ramos, Nicaragua, Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica, and Machalilla, Ecuador $151,926.92
2019 Engaging Working Forest Landowners, Building Stakeholder Collaboration & Developing Solutions (AL, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, SC, TX, VA) - III Forest Landowners Association Stakeholder meetings are planned for Georgia and Tennessee (FLA Annual Conference), with other states across the longleaf pine range to follow based on availability of hosts and attendees. $150,000.00
2019 Cultivating Community Capacity through Restoration and Citizen Science in Galveston Bay (TX) Galveston Bay Foundation Harris and Galveston Counties, Texas $37,207.09
2019 Aquatic Organism Passage Restoration Design at Powerhouse 2 Site in Angeles National Forest (CA) Resource Institute, Inc. San Francisquito Canyon Watershed in the Copper Fire Scar, Angeles National Forest, California $538,868.75
2019 Enhancing Green Infrastructure in the Upper Paulins Kill Watershed: Phase II (NJ) Sussex County Municipal Utilities Authority-Wallkill RIver Watershed Management Group Merriam Avenue School, Halsted Middle School, Newton High School, and Sussex County Community College in Newton, New Jersey. $238,023.06
2019 Restoring the Red Clay Creek and White Clay Creek Watersheds (PA) Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art Red Clay Creek, White Clay Creek within East and West Marlborough, Kennett, London Grove, Londonderry, New Garden, and Penn Townships, and Kennett Square Borough, Chester County, Pennsylvania. $200,000.00
2019 Removal of Derelict Fishing Gear on Artificial Reefs in the Charlotte Harbor Aquatic Preserves (FL) Florida Department of Environmental Protection Charlotte Harbor Aquatic Preserves, Charlotte and Lee counties, Florida.
$59,300.00
2019 Rio Fernando Wetlands and Riparian Habitat Restoration and Education (NM) Taos Land Trust Taos, New Mexico
$29,937.85
2019 Controlling Invasive Plant Species to Protect Restored Habitat at Mequon Nature Preserve (WI) Mequon Nature Preserve, Inc Mequon Nature Preserve, City of Mequon, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin $112,550.73
2019 Ocala Regional Implementation Team (FL) - VI Alachua Conservation Trust, Inc. North Central Florida. As shown in our map, the Ocala LIT working area is a region including known, mapped longleaf anchored by Camp Blanding Joint Training Center at the north to Ocala National Forest and Withlacoochie State Forest and Goethe State Forest to the south and southwest, respectively. $300,000.00