Thursday, October 8, 2020

DCNR Invests $17 Million In Land Conservation Projects To Protect 13,300 Acres Of Open Space, Natural Areas

On October 8, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources invested $17 million in grants to support 42 land acquisition projects that will protect 13,300 acres of open space and natural areas.

The funding came from the Keystone Recreation, Parks and Conservation Fund through DCNR’s Community Conservation Partnership Program Grants.

Click Here for a complete list of projects funded.

Regional Grant Workshops

Need funding for a park, trail, or conservation project? The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Bureau of Recreation and Conservation is hosting virtual regional grant workshops in November.

Click Here for all the details.

The DCNR website includes information about the Community Conservation Partnerships Program grants and Pennsylvania’s Outdoor Recreation Plan.

  For more information on state parks and forests and recreation in Pennsylvania, visit DCNR’s website, Click Here to sign up for the Resource newsletter, Visit the Good Natured DCNR Blog,  Click Here for upcoming events, Click Here to hook up with DCNR on other social media-- Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr.

(Photo: Cherry Valley and Wildlife Refuge, Monroe and Northampton counties, The Nature Conservancy-PA.)

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[Posted: October 8, 2020]  PA Environment Digest

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