The Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida is seeking applications for its Tag Grants.
Focus of Grants
Conserving and managing lands open to public hunting; improving access to and amenities on publicly accessible hunting lands; supporting hunting stakeholder meetings; promoting gun and hunting safety programs for all ages, including youth hunting programs; support generally for the shooting sports in Florida, including competitive shooting and archery.
- Conservation of lands open to public hunting.
- Ecological restoration and improvement of public hunting lands.
- Note: A limited number of mini-grants (up to $1k) are available to organizations hosting a public hunting land or area clean-up event.
- Conservation management of game species (deer, turkey, etc.).
- Research and control and removal of non-native or otherwise invasive plants and animals that degrade native Florida ecosystems.
- Increasing public access to hunting lands.
- Programs to attract women and minorities to hunting and shooting sports.
- Archery programs for youth and adults.
- Gun and hunting safety programs for all ages.
- Wildlife Foundation of Florida” grant requests of up to $75,000 will be considered. Most grants will range from $1,000 to $25,000.
- The project period will be from January 1, 2023, to December 31, 2023 (12 months).
Federal, state, or local government agencies; public and private colleges and universities; and 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations, including all-volunteer organizations (e.g., “Friends of…” groups). The Foundation may also, at its sole discretion, consider proposals that benefit the public from private, for-profit organizations.
For more information, visit https://wildlifeflorida.org/wff_grants/