2024 Conservation Nation Grant Program

Deadline: June 24, 2024.

The Conservation Nation Grant Program provides funding to help save endangered animals and their ecosystems by building a stronger, more diverse community of conservation practitioners. They believe there is great conservation progress to be made by broadening the field of committed individuals working to address the global wildlife conservation challenge.

Conservation Nation supports innovative, on-the-ground conservation around the world by practitioners from underrepresented communities. Their focus is on helping foster conservation solutions that serve the needs of both nature and people in terrestrial, marine, or freshwater ecosystems that support a wide range of biodiversity.


  • Early to mid-career conservationists (up to 10 years).
  • Conservationists from underrepresented communities.
  • Individual conservationists actively working on wildlife conservation projects.
  • Full-time conservation professionals working at an NGO conservation organization.
  • Graduate students and above who are engaged in conservation studies. (Students must provide their program director’s name and email address.)
  • We encourage wildlife conservationists working in (but not limited to) the following biodiversity hotspots to apply:
    • California Floristic Province
    • North American Coastal Plain
    • Mountains of Central Asia
    • Guinean Forests of West Africa
    • Atlantic Forest
    • Southwestern Australia
  • This grant is targeted toward individuals. The application must be filled out and submitted by the grant applicant.


This grant will assist early to mid-career conservationists in their efforts by granting up to US$2,500 each, which will fund activities that are essential for their life-saving work but may not be covered by standard grant programs.


Please be prepared to answer the following:

  • Briefly explain the purpose for which the funding will be used (up to 100 words).
  • What would be the impact of receiving this funding? (200-300 words).
  • Please provide a short bio (maximum 300 words).

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