Groups Seek Funding for Recreation Projects


November 7, 2018

Local communities are requesting funding for 349 projects to expand recreational areas and conserve wildlife habitat and working lands, the Recreation and Conservation Funding Board announced today.

The funding board evaluated and ranked the projects, which will continue to the Governor and state Legislature for funding consideration.

“The projects show huge support by every community and organization for investing in recreation and taking care of our wild areas,” said Kaleen Cottingham, director of the Recreation and Conservation Office, which staffs the funding board and administers the grants. “We have hundreds of volunteers with experience in recreation and conservation evaluati...

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