Council or Task Force
Invasive Species Council Funded Projects
Hawaii Invasive Species Council.
The Hawaii Invasive Species Council disburses funds annually for innovative projects addressing invasive species prevention, control, outreach, and research.
EPA - Great
Lakes Restoration Initiative
The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) was launched in 2010 to accelerate efforts to protect and restore the largest system of fresh surface water in the world — the Great Lakes. During the first five years of the GLRI, over 2,500 projects were implemented to improve water quality, clean up contaminated shoreline, protect and restore native habitat and species, and prevent and control invasive species in the Great Lakes.
Note: GLRI grants offered closed Jan 29,
2010. The GLRI Action Plan (PDF | 1.27 MB) covers fiscal years 2010-2014. During fiscal years 2015-2019, federal agencies will continue to use Great Lakes Restoration Initiative resources to strategically target the biggest threats to the Great Lakes ecosystem and to accelerate progress toward long term goals for this important ecosystem.
Mid-Atlantic Resources - Grants and Funding Sources
Mid-Atlantic Panel on Aquatic Invasive Species.
Northeastern IPM Center - Grant
Northeastern IPM Center.
The Northeastern IPM center administers regional grants programs, publicizes other funding opportunities for integrated pest management, and gathers priorities that ensure funded projects will address the needs of Northeasterners.
See also: Invasive
North Central IPM Center - Grant Programs
North Central IPM Center.
The North Central IPM center administers regional grants programs, publicizes other funding opportunities for Integrated Pest Management (IPM), and gathers priorities that ensure funded projects will address the needs of the North Central Region (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin).
NPS - National Fish
and Wildlife Foundation Grant Program
Plant Conservation Alliance.
Since 1995, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation has
partnered with the Plant Conservation Alliance to provide
a grant program, called the Native Plant Conservation Initiative
(NPCI), to benefit the conservation and restoration of
native plants and their ecosystems throughout the United
Note: Webarchive - NPCI grants offered closed in 2012; active from 1995.
Riparian Restoration Connection - Invasive
Plant Control and Revegetation Funding
Tamarisk Coalition. Riparian Restoration
The Riparian Restoration Connection was developed by the Tamarisk Coalition in 2011 to provide riparian restoration practitioners with a centralized resource to list and locate training opportunities to enhance knowledge and best practices throughout the Colorado River Basin (includes seven western U.S. states (Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, California) and Mexico.
Tamarisk Coalition - Funding
Tamarisk Coalition's (TC) mission is to advance the restoration of riparian lands through collaboration, education, and technical assistance. TC understands that one of the most challenging aspects of conducting restoration work is that of acquiring and maintaining adequate funding to support on-the-ground restoration efforts. TC has invested significant time in developing a variety of tools for helping land managers to secure funding to support this work.
Western IPM Center - Center Grants
Western Integrated Pest Management Center.
DoD - Legacy
Resource Management Program
In 1990, Congress passed legislation establishing the Legacy Resource Management Program to provide financial assistance to the Department of Defense (DoD) efforts to preserve our natural and cultural heritage. The program assists DoD in protecting and enhancing resources while supporting military readiness. A Legacy project may involve regional ecosystem management initiatives, habitat preservation efforts, archaeological investigations, invasive species control, Native American consultations, and/or monitoring and predicting migratory patterns of birds and animals.
DoD's Environmental Research Programs - Funding Opportunities
DOD. Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program and Environmental Security Technology Certification Program.
The Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) is DoD's environmental science and technology program, executed in partnership with DOE and EPA. The Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) is DoD’s environmental technology demonstration and validation program. The Program's goal is to identify and demonstrate cost-effective technologies that address DoD’s highest priority environmental requirements. SERDP and ESTCP fund research and demonstration projects that respond to DoD’s high-priority environmental requirements. SERDP and ESTCP harness the latest science and technology to develop and demonstrate innovative, cost-effective, and sustainable solutions to meet DoD’s environmental challenges.
EPA - PestWise: An EPA Partnership Program
Each year PestWise programs form dozens of new partnerships by awarding more than $3.1 million in grants to growers and researchers across the country. These grants fund projects that are exploring innovative practices, technologies and regulatory solutions to promote Integrated Pest Management (IPM) adoption.
EPA - Tribal
Environmental Protection Agency.
EPA is responsible for implementing and enforcing the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) in Indian country. EPA also establishes cooperative agreements and provides funding to some tribes to offer pesticide education, training, technical assistance, compliance and enforcement, and to develop and implement pesticide programs under tribal law.
ERS - Program of Research on the Economics of Invasive Species Management (PREISM)
USDA. Economic Research Service.
Note: Webarchive - Under PREISM, ERS conducted intramural research and funds extramural research to support the economic basis of decisionmaking concerning invasive species issues, policies, and programs. ERS funded extramural research through the PREISM competitive award programs 2003-2008.
FWS - Financial Assistance
DOI. Fish and Wildlife
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issues financial assistance through grants and cooperative agreement awards to commercial organizations, foreign entities, Indian tribal governments, individuals, institutions of higher education, non-profit organizations, and state and local governments.
See also: Invasive Species - Partnerships and Grants
FWS - Multistate
Conservation Grant Program
DOI. FWS. Wildlife & Sport Fish Restoration Program.
The Multistate Conservation Grant Program (MSCGP) funds projects that address
regional or national level priorities of state fish and wildlife agencies.
GSA - Catalog of Federal Domestic
General Services Administration.
The Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance is a free government-wide compendium
of Federal programs, projects, services, and activities that provide assistance
or benefits to the American public. It contains financial and nonfinancial assistance
programs administered by departments and establishments of the Federal government.
Government Grants and Loans
Find government grants and loans for states and organizations. Information and services for nonprofits, including
grants, loans, assistance, taxes, management and more.
NIFA - Grants
National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
The lifecycle of grants and cooperative agreements consists of four phases: pre-award, award, post-award, and close-out. See also: Request for Application Schedule (RFA) and Request for Application (RFA) List.
NOAA - Community-based Restoration Program
DOC. NOAA. Habitat
The NOAA Restoration Center’s Community-based Restoration Program invests funding and technical expertise in high-priority habitat restoration projects that instill strong conservation values and engage citizens in hands-on activities. Through the program, NOAA, its partners, and thousands of volunteers are actively restoring coastal, marine, and migratory fish habitat across the nation.
NOAA's National Sea Grant College Program - State Program Funding Opportunities
DOC. NOAA. National Sea Grant Office.
The National Sea Grant College Program sponsors a variety of marine research, outreach and education projects, primarily through the 33 state Sea Grant programs. Each program announces the availability of funding on an annual or biannual basis.
NRCS - Financial Assistance
Natural Resources Conservation Service.
NRCS offers voluntary programs to eligible landowners and agricultural producers to provide financial and technical assistance to help manage natural resources in a sustainable manner. Through these programs the agency approves contracts to provide financial assistance to help plan and implement conservation practices that address natural resource concerns or opportunities to help save energy, improve soil, water, plant, air, animal and related resources on agricultural lands and non-industrial private forest land.