Grant Information

Total Funding Available
Minimum Request
Maximum Request
Average Grant Award
$100K - $10M
Match Requirement
Non-federal match is encouraged, but not required.
RFP Release
March (annual)
Pre-application Due
April (annual)
Final Application Due
June (annual)
Willapa Bay

National Coastal Resilience Fund

The National Coastal Resilience Fund restores, increases and strengthens natural infrastructure to protect coastal communities while also enhancing habitats for fish and wildlife. Established in 2018, the National Coastal Resilience Fund invests in conservation projects that restore or expand natural features such as coastal marshes and wetlands, dune and beach systems, oyster and coral reefs, forests, coastal rivers and floodplains, and barrier islands that minimize the impacts of storms and other naturally occurring events on nearby communities. The National Coastal Resilience Fund uses the Regional Coastal Resilience Assessments​ to identify public and private lands ideal for restoration and analyzes projects for their potential to provide maximum benefit for both people and wildlife. The resulting outcome-based approach ultimately minimizes the impacts of natural disasters.

Who Can Apply?
Cities, Conservation Districts, Counties, Educational Institutions, Native American Tribes, Nonprofit Organizations, For-profit Organizations, State Agencies
Project Types
Planning, Construction, Restoration, Monitoring
Restoration Types
Estuaries/Nearshore, Floodplain, Habitat (General)
Geography/Land Ownership
Located within the coastal areas of U.S. coastal states, including the Great Lakes states, and U.S. territories and coastal tribal lands