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, including details about the individual grants and project reports.

Year Name Organization Location Award Amount
2019 Creating Resilient Tropical Seabird Colonies at James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge (HI) Pacific Rim Conservation James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge, Oahu, Hawaii $319,999.98
2019 Building Organizational Capacity Prior to the Opening of the Refuge Gateway (MI) International Wildlife Refuge Alliance, Inc. Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge in Michigan $22,785.60
2019 Coordinating a Regional Communication Network to Increase Collaboration of Sagebrush Conservation National Audubon Society, Inc. The entire geographic range of the sagebrush ecosystem in the United States, specifically CA, CO, ID, MT, ND, NV, OR, SD, UT, WA, and WY. $29,635.51
2019 Water Transaction Development in the Upper Clark Fork, Blackfoot, and Bitterroot Rivers (MT) Clark Fork Coalition Upper Clark Fork, Bitterroot and Blackfoot River subbasins, Montana $454,568.79
2019 Support for Water Transfers to Instream Flows FY19 (MT) Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation Upper Clark Fork, Blackfoot, and Bitterroot River Basins, Montana $42,124.20
2019 Mesic and Wet Meadow Restoration in Greater Sage-Grouse Habitat in Missouri-Milk River Grasslands (MT) National Wildlife Federation Central and North-central Montana $179,634.59
2019 Sustaining Capacity for Private Lands Grassland Conservation and Stewardship (MT, SD) Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory Central Montana and Northwestern South Dakota
$249,999.93
2019 Providing Technical Assistance for Prairie Landowners to Benefit Declining Bird Species (ND) North Dakota Natural Resources Trust Southwestern North Dakota $250,000.00
2019 Forest Conservation and Wetlands Reserve Lands Management in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley (MS) Mississippi River Trust The Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley within Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee $640,970.00
2019 11 Year Post-Eradication Seabird Monitoring on Hawadax Island (AK) Island Conservation Hawadax Island, part of the Aleutian Archipelago and located within the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge in the U.S. state of Alaska. $60,000.00