Sources of Grant Information
The federal government is an excellent place to investigate funding resources for conservation projects. Once you identify your specific requirements, the Catalog of Federal Domestic Grants (CFDA) is the single best place to look for federal funding sources-the catalog should be available at your local library or you can view the CFDA on-line:
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance:
Federal Grant Information in General:
Web sites of federal agencies may give you more information about individual government programs as well as provide information on other opportunities for assistance:
- Dept. of Agriculture (USDA)
- Dept. of Interior (USDI)
- Dept. of Transportation
- Dept. of Housing & Urban Dev.
- Environmental Protection Agency
- Federal Emergency Mgt. Agency
- Fish & Wildlife Service
- US Army Corps of Engineers
S & S Worldwide has a great tool. It’s a grant search. Click here to find grants. It’s a nifty tool where they do the work of finding them for you.