Recommend to the State Directors the National Conservation Needs (NCNs) to be used in the solicitation and selection of grants under the Multistate Conservation Grant Program (MSCGP) later in the year.
Review submitted Letters of Intent and select the most competitive to invite for full proposals.
Recommend to the State Directors the MSCGP proposals that are funded by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS). During the Association’s Annual meeting, the State Directors approve the Association’s “priority list,” which is due to USFWS’ Division of Federal Assistance by October 1 of each year.
Minutes & Agendas:
AFWA Annual Meeting:
NA Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference:
National Grants Committee Membership
The National Grants Committee is composed of the following members:
Vice President of the Association (Chair)
Chair of Executive Committee (Vice Chair)
Chair of Fish and Wildlife Trust Funds Committee
Vice Chair of Executive Committee
Western Regional Association President (or designee)
Northeast Regional Association President (or designee)
Midwest Regional Association President (or designee)
Southeast Regional Association President (or designee)
The Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service cooperatively administer the Multistate Conservation Grant Program (“MSCGP”). The MSCGP funds projects that address regional or national level funding priorities of state fish and wildlife agencies. Each year, up to $6,000,000 is available to fund MSCGP projects through eligible State agencies and non-governmental organizations.
Committee Contact Information
Glenn Normandeau, New Hampshire Fish and Game
Committee Vice - Chair
Bob Broscheid, Colorado Parks and Wildlife