Upcoming Grant Deadlines
BLM Alaska Wildlife Resources Program
Deadlines in August and September, see link for details.
Bureau of Land Managent (WA, OR, ID) – Threatened and Endangered Species Recovery Projects
Three rounds, ending August 31 (see announcement for date details)
NOAA Marine Debris Program Funding Opportunity
Letters of Intent due September 4
Rose Foundation – Puget Sound Stewardship and Mitigation Fund
Fall deadline: September 20
Keta Legacy Foundation – Paul Wiseman Education Conservation Grant (Salish Sea)
Deadline: September 20
Russell Family Foundation – Environmental Education Grants
Deadline for letters of inquiry: October 1
Clif Bar Foundation Small Grants
Fall Deadline: October 1
Sea Duck Joint Venture FY 2020 Grants
Deadline: October 12
NAWCA Small Grants Program
Deadline: October 17
Habitat Trust Conservation Foundation (British Columbia) – Land Stewardship Grants
Deadline: October 19
The Goodman Family Foundation Environment Grants (Western Oregon)
Next deadline: January 8, 2020
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.
A large, newly-conserved property along Grays Harbor in Washington will protect nationally declining wetland types and support Pacific Flyway migratory birds.
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.