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State Wildlife Grants


Provide funds for development and implementation of programs that benefit sensitive and imperiled wildlife and their habitats, especially species not hunted or fished (referred to as “species of greatest conservation need”).

Source of Funds

  • Before 2006, funding provided through the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
  • 2006 and later, funding provided through General Appropriations.

List of State Wildlife Grants

Quick Reference Guide

For more information: https://www.fws.gov/wsfrprograms/subpages/grantprograms/swg/swg.htm

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