The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is accepting proposals for projects designed to conserve, restore, and connect the habitats of the Northern Rockies.
The goal of the NFWF Northern Rockies: Great Migrations and Crucial Corridors Program is to work with local partners to ensure a future for the impressive wildlife of the region by helping to secure landscape connectivity, improving wildlife habitats on both public and private lands, and ensuring safe passage for migratory species across highways and other man-made barriers.
Through the program, the foundation will award approximately $800,000 in grants in 2017.
Eligible applicants include nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations, U.S. federal government agencies, state government agencies, local governments, municipal governments, Indian tribes, and educational institutions. Ineligible applicants include businesses, unincorporated individuals, and international organizations.
For complete program guidelines and proposal submission instructions, see the NFWF website.