Interior Announces Conservation Funding

Nearly $20 million to be invested over ten years.

The Interior Department announced a new round of conservation funding on Tuesday as the Great American Outdoors Act was signed by President Trump last week. The bill passed by Congress and okayed by the president sets aside roughly $20 million over the next ten years to improve the infrastructure of national parks and improve visitor experiences.

Secretary Bernhardt stated in a press release, “I’ve established a task force to maximize the impact of the Great American Outdoors Act and determine priority funding needs, so we can expeditiously serve the American public in rebuilding their national parks, American Indian schools, and public lands.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For God to lead Secretary Bernhardt to lead the Interior Department effectively. 
  • That President Trump’s Administration would be good stewards of God’s creation.
  • For the Interior Department to utilize their resources to improve national parks over the next decade. 

Sources: Interior Department


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