Purpose - Provide financial assistance to States to participate in a wide array of voluntary conservation projects for candidate, proposed, or listed species under the Endangered Species Act.
Eligibility - States with whom the USFWS has a current cooperative agreement and, through those States, private landowners, communities and local governments.
Area - Statewide/Nationwide
Typical Projects - Inventories, monitoring, radio telemetry, captive breeding, relocation efforts and surveys.
Financial Information - All applicants must partner with the Washington Department of Natural Resources or the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife. Cost share requirements range from 25% for single states to 10% if two or more states implement a joint project.
Contact - Ted Thomas,
For more information on conservation grants to States, go to http://endangered.fws.gov/grants