Funding for Ecosystem Restoration in Eight States Released

The funds from the Bureau of Land Management will go to local restoration projects in Western states and Florida.

The Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management announced $6 million for restoration projects in seven Western states and Florida this month, releasing funds for local agency partners dedicated to rehabilitating federal lands. Projects include shoreline restoration, historic mine closures, and supporting native species by addressing invasive ones. This brings the amount of funding the bureau has distributed toward ecosystem restoration to $61 million.

“The funding announced today from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will advance important restoration projects, putting Americans to work on our public lands to help restore wildlife habitat and protect clean air and water,” said Director Tracy Stone-Manning. “We are proud to use this key investment to work closely with our partners to improve the health of our public lands.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • That God would direct Secretary Deb Haaland as she oversees the Interior Department.
  • For Director Stone-Manning to look to the Lord for leading as she facilitates conservation and restoration projects.

Sources: Bureau of Land Management


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