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California Parks Poised for a Boost with $35 Million Grant Recommendation

by Sonia Park
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Camping: Anza-Borrego State Park, San Diego County, California

California's State Parks Department has recommended nearly $36 million be allocated to the state from the National Park Service's Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). This significant investment would support 16 local park projects, injecting much-needed resources into outdoor spaces enjoyed by Californians across the state.

The LWCF grants provide public agencies with funding to acquire land for parks and develop recreational facilities. This latest round of recommendations covers a diverse range of projects, including:

  • Land acquisition: Securing land for future parks and expanding existing park boundaries.
  • Development of. . .

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