Who Got Funded? Check the National Coastal Resilience 2018 Grant Project List
In May 2018, The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) established the National Coastal Resilience Fund with the goal of restoring and enhancing natural resource infrastructure to reduce the vulnerability of coastal communities top storms, floods, and other detrimental natural events.
Projects have been prioritized through a formal planning process that addresses coastal resilience and have completed all necessary designs and engineering plans for implementation. Eligible projects include ecosystem restoration projects and the construction of natural, nature-based and green-gray infrastructure, where tangible community resilience and conservation outcomes can be measured.
Nineteen projects representing a total recommended award amount of $26.14 million will be further leveraged by $33.91 million in grantee matching contributions for a total impact of $60.05 million.