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
2022 Designing a Nature Based Shoreline for Naval Weapons Station Earle (NJ) NY/NJ Baykeeper The project site is located in Middletown, Monmouth County, NJ. Specifically, the site consists of the Sandy Hook Bay facing shoreline within the Earle Naval Station property as well as the outlet of Ware Creek where it meets Sandy Hook Bay. The project is located within a Homeland Security Zone. $621,576.15
2022 Planning to Reduce Water Pollution in the North Branch Park River Watershed (CT) North Central Conservation District North Branch Park River, Bloomfield, Hartford, Connecticut $307,154.36
2022 Increasing Technical Assistance on Working Wetlands for Louisiana Shorebirds Ducks Unlimited, Inc. The grant funded work will be in south and central Louisiana. Parishes include: Acadia, Allen, Avoyelles, Beauregard, Calcasieu, Cameron, Evangeline, Iberia, Jeff Davis, Lafayette, Rapides, St. Landry, St. Martin, St. Mary, and Vermilion. $200,000.00
2022 Monitoring Stormwater Pollution Entering Southern Resident Killer Whale Habitat in North Puget Sound Friends of Skagit Beaches North Puget Sound, Washington $74,422.60
2022 Developing a Conservation and Climate Adaptation Plan for Great Gull Island (NY) University of Connecticut Great Gull Island, Suffolk County, New York $399,997.32
2022 Reducing Seabird Bycatch through Tori Line Distribution in the Hawaii Longline Fisheries (HI) Hawaii Longline Association US EEZ waters around Hawaii Archipelago and adjacent high seas $65,000.00
2022 Coordinating Technical Support for Statewide Collaborative Watershed Conservation (IL) Lewis and Clark Community College District 536 Illinois
2022 Nature-Based Restoration of Shoals in the Conasauga River (GA, TN) University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc. Conasauga River
2022 Expanding Resilient Coastal Communities Program (NC) North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality 13 coastal communities will be selected based on competitive applications. Previous applicants and expressions of interest from Brunswick, Pasquotank, Pender and Washington Counties; and the Towns of Atlantic Beach, Caswell Beach, Emerald Isle, Morehead City, Murfreesboro, and Southern Shores. $545,860.00
2022 Coordinating Cover Crop Adoption to Conserve Natural Resources (IN, MI) Ducks Unlimited, Inc. This project will target the entire ag-crop regions of Indiana and Michigan, however, we do intend to put more focus on the intensive agriculture areas associated with the Saginaw Bay and the St. Joseph River area of Michigan, and the western Lake Erie Basin of Indiana and Michigan. $386,683.27