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Save the Land and Water Conservation Fund

One of America’s most important conservation programs, the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) is set to expire at the end of September. Established in 1965, the program annually contributes millions in funds and matching grants to states and local government for direct conservation of lands and waters as well as recreation opportunities for all Americans. #saveLWCF

To learn more about what you can do as well as other efforts to permanently reauthorize the LWCF, click here!

Click here to read a recent guest editorial by Montana Audubon Executive Director Larry Berrin about the LWCF.

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