DOI National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program
The National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program supports long-term wetland conservation by awarding up to $1 million for wetland conservation projects.
Priority is given to projects that: 1) support the goals of the National Wetlands Priority Conservation Plan, 2) provide long-term conservation, 3) conserve maritime forest on coastal barrier islands, 4) benefit threatened and endangered species, 5) encourage public-private partnerships, or 6) complement other conservation projects.
Eligible applicants include coastal and Great Lakes states and the U.S. commonwealths and territories. Tribes, local governments, conservation organizations, and private landowners are encouraged to work with state agencies to develop a project and submit an application.
The Department of the Interior plays a central role in how the United States stewards its public lands, increases environmental protections, pursues environmental justice, and honors our nation-to-nation relationship with Tribes.
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