International Federation of Fly Fishers: Conservation Small Grants Program

International Federation of Fly Fishers

Grant amount: Up to US $1,500

Deadline: Rolling

Applicant type: Organizations

Funding uses: Research, Education / Outreach, Applied Project / Program

Location of project: United States

Location of residency: United States

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Conservation is one of the founding principles of the Fly Fishers International. Contributing over 50 years of conservation work, the FFI is proud to continue protecting our fisheries and angling opportunities for the future.

To support our mission the Conservation Small Grants Program was started in 2011 by Dr. Rick Williams, VP-Conservation, and Bob Tabbert, FFF Conservation Director. With the approval of the IFFF Board of Directors, the Conservation Committee began the process of setting guidelines and promoting the program to Clubs and Councils throughout the IFFF organization. The IFFF Board of Directors approved $22500 to support the program in 2011. Two rounds of grants were awarded in 2011 and will continue to be awarded two times each year until further notice. To accomplish this goal, applications will be accepted all year long.

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.


  • Maximum award per Council area will be $1500

  • Council must match the grants with their own funds or volunteer hours

  • Club must receive the endorsement of the Council prior to submitting an application


  • The first priority for allocation of the Conservation Small Grants Program funds is to provide funding for at least one conservation project within each IFFF Council.

  • However, any funds that remain unencumbered for any reason shall be made available for multiple projects within Councils that request funding for more than one conservation      project.

  • The grants need to be administered by an appropriate 501(c)(3) corporation or a government department.

  • Club must receive the endorsement of the Council prior to submitting an application


  • Without IRS Tax ID# included
  • Without Signature and Approval of IFFF Council President and Conservation VP
  • Without complete project description