A national Native American non-profit organization, the Native American Fish & Wildlife Society, serves as a communication medium for self-determined Native American fish and wildlife managers.

We serve as a communication network between tribal, federal, and state fish and wildlife management entities.

FY 2020 Tribal Wildlife Grants Notice of Funding Opportunity (F20AS00050) Closing Date Has Been Extended to July 6, 2020 Due to COVID-19

The FY20 TWG NOFO period will be open until July 6, 2020. Electronic submissions are encouraged as a single document in PDF format. To ensure timely submission in the event there are issues / problems with Grants.gov, we encourage you to e-mail a single PDF document of your entire proposal at the Service contact below. Please be sure that your proposal application is postmarked by the closing date.

If you have any questions regarding the FY 2020 TWG NOFO, or are interested in technical assistance or meeting with the Service, please contact Denise Sanchez, at 303-236-2985, or via electronic mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

First Nations Graduate Assistant – Wisconsin Sea Grant: Green Bay. The University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay seeks a First Nations graduate assistant to support educational and outreach programming under the Water Quality and Coastal Communities Specialist.

Grants Notice, F20AS00019, 2020 National Fish Passage Program, Discretionary, Natural Resources

Are you aware of any obstacles to fish passage on Tribal lands, or in locations where Tribal fisheries are affected? The NFPP program provides direct technical and financial assistance to partners, including Tribes. The program works in partnership to provide fish (and other aquatic organisms) passage and restore aquatic connectivity for the benefit of federal trust resources.

Tribal Climate & Health Adaptation
Regional Cohort Training Series
January-August 2020