Bring Back the Natives


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Agency NameNational Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF)
Affiliationnon-profit
Web Sitehttp://www.nfwf.org/bbn/Pages/home.aspx
Project Annual Funding Level varies
Range of Funding (Landowner) Up to $1,000,000 in grant funds is available. Grant awards generally range in size from $50,000 to $100,000, although grants greater than $100,000 will be considered on a case by case basis.
Criteria for funding project Applicants should provide non-federal match of at least $1 for every $1 of NFWF grant funds requested. Eligible non-federal matching sources can include cash, in-kind donations, and/or volunteer labor that is directly related to the project proposed for funding. Ineligible Uses of Grant Funds •Funds from this program cannot support fee title land acquisition projects. However, funds may cover certain transaction costs associated with an acquisition (appraisals, title searches, surveys). Also, funds can be used to put in place conservation easements. •NFWF funds may not be used to support ongoing efforts to comply with legal requirements, including permit conditions, mitigation and settlement agreements. However, grant funds may be used to support projects that enhance or improve upon existing baseline compliance efforts. •NFWF funds and matching contributions may not be used to support political advocacy, fundraising, lobbying, litigation, terrorist activities or Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations.
Geographic Coverage AreaAll Florida Counties. Nationwide
Description of ProgramThe National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is requesting proposals to restore, protect, and enhance native fish species of conservation concern, especially in areas on or adjacent to federal agency lands. Approximately $1 million of available funding is provided through support from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), Bureau of Land Management (BLM), U.S. Forest Service (USFS), Bass Pro Shops, and the Brunswick Public Foundation.
When are landowner applications accepted?Pre-proposals due July 17, 2017.
Match Required?yes Applicants should provide non-federal match of at least $1 for every $1 of NFWF grant funds requested. Eligible non-federal matching sources can include cash, in-kind donations, and/or volunteer labor that is directly related to the project proposed for funding.
Target Invasive Species?This program is for the restoration of native fish species back to their historic range. This can involve the removal or barrier of invasive or non-native fish and plant species.
Any other Requirements or Eligibility?Projects selected to receive Federal funding may be subject to requirements under the National Environmental Policy Act, Endangered Species Act (state and federal), and National Historic Preservation Act. As may be applicable, successful applicants may be required to comply with such Federal, state or local requirements and obtain all necessary permits and clearances.
Agreement Requirednot required varies
Permanent Contact PersonMichelle Pico and David Lawrence
Contact number262-567-0601 and 202-595-2451 respectively
e-mail addressMichelle.Pico@nfwf.org and david.lawrence@nfwf.org respectively
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