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The Coral Reef Conservation Fund, a partnership between the
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and other federal and private sector
funders, is accepting proposals for projects that build public-
private partnerships to reduce and prevent degradation of coral
reefs and associated reef habitats (e.g., seagrass beds, man-
The CRCF supports projects that target key threats to reef
habitats in coastal watersheds, reef, or associated marine
Proposals should support partnerships that provide solutions to specific problems, mitigate or otherwise address specific threats to reef habitats, and/or help prevent coral reef degradation.
Most grants will be between $30,000 and $75,000 each.
All projects should include matching funding from project partners at a minimum ratio of 1:1.
The grantee match may include in-kind (non-cash) contributions such as volunteer hours.
Applications will be accepted from U.S. or international non-
profit organizations, academic institutions, and government
agencies (except U.S. federal agencies). U.S. federal agencies
are encouraged to work collaboratively with non-federal project
Applications are also being accepted for Anchors Away!, a
subprogram of CRCF.
Anchors Away! is designed to help build partnerships to support the use of mooring buoys to conserve coral reef ecosystems.
See the NFWF Coral Reef Conservation Fund Request for Proposals for the application for Anchors Away! funding.
Visit the NFWF Web site for complete program information and
For more information and scholarship application, see: National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
Also see: National Fish and Wildlife Foundation - Application Forms
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