Upcoming Grant Deadlines
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
National Coastal Resilience Fund Grants
Proposals due: August 7
BLM Oregon and Washington
2018 Master Fish and Wildlife Restoration Access
Proposals due: August 18
Natural Resources Conservation Service and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
Conservation Partners Program
Proposals due: August 22
Also note: July 26 Applicant Webinar
Conoco Phillips Spirit of Conservation Progam
2018 Proposals now being accepted. Alaska projects are eligible for this program.
Proposals due: August 23
U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service
2018 Recovery Challenge Grants
Proposals due: August 24
Charlotte Martin Foundation
Applications for fall cycle grants open August 1 and are due September 1.
The Rose Foundation
Puget Sound Stewardship and Mitigation Program
Fall cycle proposals due September 14.
Reducing Marine Plastic Pollution RFP
Deadline: October 3
Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board
OWEB has multiple grant programs open through their 2018 Open Solicitation Grant Offering.
Deadlines: October 18 and October 29
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.
Are you looking for funding for your conservation project? The “Upcoming Grant Deadlines” section on our Funding page currently links to 10 grant opportunites coming up between now and early October.
Congratulations to Ducks Unlimited and its project partners who received a 2018 North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) grant this spring.
Two wetlands in Hawaii will soon undergo restoration projects, thanks to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program, the Hawaii State Division of Forestry and Wildlife, and local partners.