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||Modifying Netwire Fences in the Taos Plateau to Improve Habitat Connectivity for Ungulates (NM)||New Mexico Association of Conservation Districts||Taos Plateau west of the Rio Grande Gorge in Taos County, New Mexico||$153,817.62|
|2020||Enhancing, Expanding and Protecting Grasslands through Technical Assistance for Ranchers (MT)||Ranchers Stewardship Alliance, Inc.||Blaine, Phillips and Valley counties, Montana||$298,888.30|
|2020||Improving Connectivity by Promoting Safe Passage of Ungulates through Dry Piney Wildlife Habitat (WY)||Greater Yellowstone Coalition, Inc.||Rural area along US HWY 189 between RM 77 and 105 for approximately 29 miles between Fontanelle Reservoir and the town of Big Piney, Wyoming||$122,081.13|
|2020||Restoring Prairie Habitat and Engaging the Community to Increase Recovery of Native Wildlife (WI)||Hunger Task Force, Inc.||Prarie habitat along the Root River in Franklin, Wisconsin
|2020||Opening Coldwater Habitat for Brook Trout in the Pigeon River (MI)||Huron Pines Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc.||Four sites located on the Pigeon River and South Branch Pigeon River in Otsego County, Michigan
|2020||Building Partnerships to Restore Woodlands and Improve Water Quality in the Cumberland Plateau (KY)||Office of Kentucky Nature Preserves||Cumberland Plateau of Kentucky||$237,996.65|
|2020||Discovering Deepwater Habitats and Species in the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument (HI)||University of Hawaii||Oahu, Hawaii||$122,459.83|
|2020||Bartram's Mile Fishing Pier Rehabilitation (PA)||Schuylkill River Development Corporation||Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
|2020||Protecting Upland Forest Habitat on Virginia’s Eastern Shore||The Conservation Fund, A Nonprofit Corporation||Accomack and Northampton Counties, Virginia||$600,000.00|
|2020||Culvert Removal and Improvement in the Griffin Creek Tributary (CA)||Resource Conservation District of Tehama County||Mendocino National Forest, California||$34,191.00|