$5.8 million in Outdoor Heritage Fund requests approved; eligibility clarified
BISMARCK — The first round of grants from North Dakota’s new Outdoor Heritage Fund will help pay for tree planting initiatives, support a state program that benefits fish and wildlife habitat and provide funding for a new park in Bismarck, among other projects.
The state Industrial Commission on Wednesday awarded 17 of the 18 grants recommended by the fund’s advisory board, for a total of nearly $5.85 million.
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