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Florida’s State Wildlife Grants Program will not be publishing a 2022 announcement for applications. If you are interested in future opportunities to receive State Wildlife Grant funding, please review our current Implementation Goals and contact the associated Wildlife and Landscape Biologist.

Application and Submission Instructions

Applicants should obtain a copy of Florida’s State Wildlife Grants Program Guidelines for additional instructions. Applications will include each of the following sections.

  • Application Form (limited to two pages) 
  • Scope of Work including:
    • Public Description
    • Introduction
    • Objectives
    • Methods
    • Schedule
    • Biographical Sketches (maximum of 1/2 page per person, single spaced)
    • Budget Narrative (maximum of three pages)
    • Appendices (as needed), i.e. high resolution or color images, charts, tables, etc. (limited to five pages)

The Public Description, Introduction, Objectives, Methods and Schedule listed above are limited to six pages total.

  • Match Commitment Letter(s)
  • A copy of the agency or entity’s current Negotiated Indirect Cost Rate Agreement
  • Budget Form (consists of three Excel sheets) 

In general, applications will be evaluated based on how well the project criteria are addressed, on the applicant’s qualifications, on the technical merit of the proposed approach, on the appropriate use of funds, and verifiable deliverables. Each application will be scored in an initial review, technical review and final review.

Contact Us

Should you have any questions regarding the grant cycle or application requirements, please contact Andrea Alden, Grants and Budget Administrator, or Robyn McDole, the State Wildlife Grants Administrator. 

If you would like to discuss project ideas with one of our biologists, please see the contact page.

If you are interested in receiving State Wildlife Grant Announcements, please register on our sign-up page.