Upcoming Grant Deadlines
National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grants
Deadline: June 28
(Note: Applicants are restricted to state goverments. Organizations interested in working with the states on projects that meet program goals should work with state grant coordinators directly and deadlines may be different.)
Oregon Zoo - Future for Wildlife program
Deadline: June 28
Climate Ready Grants (California)
Climate Ready grants from the Califronia's Coastal Conservancy fund nature-based solutions for climate adaptation. Deadline: July 1
2019 U.S. Standard NAWCA Grants- Cycle 2
Deadline: July 3
Rose Foundation: Columbia River Fund
Deadline: July 9
Bureau of Land Management – National Wildlife Program
Deadline: July 15
Multistate Conservation Grant Program, USFWS
Letters of interest due July 26
National Wildlife Refuge Friends 2019 Request for Proposals
Due: August 15
Bureau of Land Managent (WA, OR, ID) – Threatened and Endangered Species Recovery Projects
Three rounds, ending August 31 (see announcement for date details)
Rose Foundation: Northern California Environmental Grassroots Fund
Next deadline: August 1
Proposition 68 Grant Opportunities (California)
Pre-Proposals accepted on on ongoing basis.
Let Us Help You Pacific Birds can help identify grants, suggest additional partners, review proposals and help describe project values for birds.
Townsends Warbler, ©Jim Gain, Creative Commons
Major Grant Programs
Northern Pintail © Barry Troutman
North American Wetlands Conservation Act
Pacific Birds will help guide you through this important grant process that helps conserve wetlands throughout North America. Contact us early in the process.
Conservation Funding Spotlight
Our conservation partners are making sure birds and other fish and wildlife species have the habitats they need to thrive. See what they are accomplishing by utilizing federal, state, and private funding sources.
Three Pacific Northwest organizations were awarded 2019 Small North American Wetlands Conservation Act funds from the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service this spring, benefiting birds and people along the Pacific Flyway.
Pacific Birds is pleased to announce that Dave Mehlman has joined our staff and is ready to work with partners on North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) and other grant programs.
Skagit Land Trust, with help from partners, donors and a National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant, has conserved coastal property in Washington that has feeder bluffs, mature conifer forest, lots of birds and public access.