The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Wednesday announced it would begin accepting applications for Community Conservation Partnership Program recreation and land conservation grants August 1 and close September 15 for this year.
The CCPP Program announcement was made in conjunction with creation of a new DCNR/DEP Riparian Forest Buffer Grant Program to assist landowners with planting trees along streams in Pennsylvania to improve water quality.
For more information, visit DCNR’s Community Conservation Partnership Program webpage.
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