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 Restoring Riparian Habitat to Benefit Salmon in the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska Alaska Department of Fish and Game The Kenai Peninsula on the West by Cook Inlet, Alaska $118,000.00
2019 Stewardship of Privately-Owned Bottomland Hardwood Forests in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley (AR, KY, LA, MO, MS, TN) Ducks Unlimited, Inc. Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley $153,046.80
2019 Assess Deforestation in the Copper Fire Scar in Angeles National Forest to Inform Restoration (CA) TreePeople, Inc. Copper Fire Scar of Angeles National Forest $194,185.94
2019 Tidal Marsh Restoration at Supawna Meadows National Wildlife Refuge (NJ) Ducks Unlimited, Inc. Supawna Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, New Jersey $53,070.03
2019 Characterization of Algal Composition and Dissolved Oxygen in the Delaware Estuary (DE, NJ, PA) Delaware River Basin Commission Tidal portion of the Delaware River and Bay from Trenton, New Jersey to Cape May, New Jersey and Lewes, Delaware. $88,853.81
2019 Implementing Landscape level Predator Control for the Protection of Seabirds in Honopu Valley, Kauai Hallux Ecosystem Restoration LLC Honopu Valley, Kauai, Hawaii $78,919.50
2019 Restoring Migratory Songbird Habitat at Atlanta's Cascade Springs (GA) Atlanta Audubon Society Cascade Springs Nature Preserve, Atlanta, Georgia
$25,830.58
2019 One Tam Roving Ranger Project: Connecting the Public to Natural Resource Education (CA) Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy Roy's Redwoods Preserve, Marin County, California $34,999.68
2019 Aquatic Organism Passage Restoration Design at St. Francis Dam Site in Angeles National Forest (CA) Resource Institute, Inc. San Francisquito Canyon Watershed in the Copper Fire Scar, Angeles National Forest, California $536,371.00
2019 Improving Resiliency at the Town of Highland River Access Point (NY) Sullivan County Town of Highland, Sullivan County, New York. $250,000.00