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Wildlife & Sport Fish Restoration Program

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10/24/2016 - State Wildlife Grant Program
The Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program announces the publication of the annual Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the Fiscal Year 2017 Competitive State Wildlife Grant Program (C-SWG), CFDA 15.634 on Grants.gov. The NOFO will be open through February 3, 2017.

07/22/2016 - National Survey
An addendum titled "Deer Hunting in the United States: Demographics and Trends" to the 2011 National Survey is available. This report provides information about deer hunter demographic characteristics, spending patterns, trends, and bag rate.

05/23/2016 - State Wildlife Grant Program
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service provides $5.5 million through competitive State Wildlife Grants (SWG) to 11 state fish and wildlife agencies and one regional fish and wildlife association. (News Release)

03/17/2016 - Boating Infrastructure Grant Program
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced nearly $14 million in grants to 32 states, commonwealths and territories for projects to support recreational boating through the Service’s Boating Infrastructure Grant (BIG) program. (News Release)

03/08/2016 - Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program
The final Fiscal Year 2016 Apportionment tables are now posted for Wildlife Restoration and Sport Fish Restoration. (News Release)

WSFR Toolkit
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