Rocky Mountain Rangelands Program

Proposals are due August 6, 2024.
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is accepting proposals through the Rocky Mountain Rangelands Program for projects that voluntarily conserve, restore, and improve habitat in the Intermountain West. This program seeks to grant more than $56 million over the next 10 years across three major conservation strategies:
1) Improve management and restoration of sagebrush rangelands to benefit sagebrush-obligate and other associated species
2) Secure important ungulate migrations across the landscape with specific focus on transportation conflicts, winter range and stopover sites
3) Restore habitat and expand occupancy of wetland birds and native fish.
One priority in this funding cycle is projects that promote innovations in grazing management that result in sustainable livestock production, enhanced wildlife habitat and improved ecosystem services including increasing carbon sequestration.