The Charleston Field Office has a limited amount of
discretionary funds for endangered species recovery projects. We accept
proposals from researchers and others. We occasionally help develop projects, write
proposals, and/or secure additional project funding beyond our own
Please contact Public Affairs Specialist Jennifer Koches concerning research or other recovery projects involving
threatened and endangered species.
Partners for Fish & Wildlife
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's
Partners for Fish &
Wildlife program provides limited financial and technical assistance to conservation
minded farmers, ranchers, and other landowners throughout the State on a
competitive basis to benefit
fish and wildlife on their land.
Contact our Partners for Fish and Wildlife biologist
Joe Cockrell at ext. 220, for more information.
Private Stewardship Grants
The Private Stewardship Program provided grants and other assistance on a competitive basis to individuals and groups engaged in local, private, and voluntary conservation efforts that benefit federally listed, proposed, or candidate species, or other at-risk species. The program was initiated during Fiscal Year 2002, but was discontinued after Fiscal Year 2007 grants were awarded.
Other Federal Money
Grants.gov is the national gateway website for competitive grant
opportunities from all Federal grant-making agencies.
For information on Fish and Wildlife Service grant
programs, visit our
Grants-at-a-Glance web page.
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance is a database of all Federal programs
available to State and local governments, federally-recognized Indian tribal
governments, public and quasi-public agencies, private organizations and
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has an
National Fish & Wildlife Foundation
is a private, non-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, established by
Congress in 1984 and dedicated to the conservation of fish, wildlife, and
plants, and the habitat on which they depend.
The Environmental Protection Agency has an excellent