New York Awards $450,000 to Parks and Historic Sites
The state grants will fund 21 organizations dedicated to public lands and education.
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This week, New York State and Parks and Trails New York announced the recipients of $450,000 in grants to support public lands and historic sites. The funded projects include a rehabilitation of trails at Winona State Forest, updates to the Clark Reservation State Park Nature Center, and the printing of a birding guide to Sullivan County.