Expired Grant Opportunities

Here is a list of all of the past grant opportunities.

View a list of active grant opportunities

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) is soliciting proposals to expand and enhance longleaf pine ecosystem restoration and management across longleaf pine’s historical range, as well as the restoration and enhancement of bottomland hardwood forests within priority focal areas.

A unique strength of North Carolina Sea Grant is our ability to test new ideas, augment ongoing research efforts, stimulate innovation and respond to short-range, critical needs. To do so, Sea Grant provides minigrants when we have available funds.

The NCCF Disaster Relief Fund supports nonprofit long-term recovery efforts and meets unmet needs in communities affected by Hurricane Florence.  Due to our commitment to supporting long-term recovery, there is no timeframe or competitive application process for grants. However, we’re working to ensure we know about all the recovery work happening in North Carolina, so please connect with us.

The NEP Coastal Watersheds Grant Program is a nationally competitive grants program designed to support projects that address urgent and challenging issues threatening the well-being of coastal and estuarine areas within determined estuaries of national significance.

The N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission Commercial Resource Fund Committee and the Funding Committee for the N.C. Commercial Fishing Resource Fund are accepting proposals for the 2021 funding cycle from the N.C. Commercial Fishing Resource Fund.

There are two requests for proposals for this funding cycle:

The North Carolina Water Resources Research Institute (WRRI), along with the U.S. Geological Survey 104(b) program, is requesting faculty pre-proposals and student full proposals for 2021-2022 water resources research and information-transfer projects. Faculty pre-proposals are due Tuesday, May 26, 2020, at 5 p.m. Student full proposals are due Monday, July 13, 2020.

NC Attorney General Josh Stein is pleased to announce the 2020 Environmental Enhancement Grant (EEG) Request for Proposals (RFP).

The Albemarle-Pamlico watershed has a land area of 28,000 square miles that stretches from central North Carolina and Virginia eastward to the coast. With such a large region, it’s sometimes easy to forget that regardless of whether you live in sight of the sounds or if the coast is hours away, the actions you take can have a positive impact on the health of the estuary.

DWR is seeking proposals for award of federal fiscal year 2020 319(h) grant funds to implement watershed restoration plans that will help restore waters impaired by nonpoint sources of pollution.  For FY 2020, NC expects to receive $1.3 Million from the USEPA for competitive funding of watershed restoration projects under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act.

Mapping North Carolina's underwater meadows from 11,000 feet in the air