National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

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The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is the largest private conservation grant-maker in the United States, committing more than $4.8 billion to conservation efforts since its creation by Congress in 1984. NFWF works in both the public and private sectors and brings all parties to the table to protect and restore fish, wildlife, plants and habitats. More than 16,500 projects have been evaluated and awarded to environmental organizations of all sizes. NFWF works with 15 federal partners and over 45 private and foundation partners. The Foundation’s conservation programs impact many ecosystems and address challenges in oceans and coasts, forests and grasslands, and freshwater environments. K.C. Walsh, Simms Executive Chairman, was appointed to the NFWF Board of Directors in 2018. READ MORE