The LWCF Program is a federal program authorized by Congress for the purpose of acquiring federal lands and assisting states and local governments with funds.
For the first time in more than a decade, the South Carolina community now has recreational access to the river and environmental amenities.
The former landfill now serves as a park in what was formerly the most park deprived area of Portland
The National Park Service is currently accepting applications for $192 million in ORLP grants. Applications will be accepted in Grants.gov through May 31, 2023,
Alabama city transforms degraded stormwater conveyance into a community asset
City of Brunswick’s Howard Coffin Park gets new playground and covered picnic shelter
Grants available for communities with little to no recreation opportunities
Using Land and Water Conservation Funding to create a new community park
An iconic Texas location uses the Land and Water Conservation Fund to preserve its beloved heritage.
The first step in applying for LWCF Funding is to understand your state funding cycle, deadlines, and funding priorities in your state’s State Comprehensive...