DNR Awards Communities Conservation Grants

By: News 10
By: News 10

Zero Day will help military veterans have better access to outdoor recreation.

Two local groups are getting help from the state Department of Natural Resources for conservation efforts. The Ruffed Grouse Society of Clinton County is getting $30,000 for projects. Zero Day is getting $113,000 for work in Jackson County. Ruffed Grouse focuses on managing habitat for birds. Zero Day will help military veterans have better access to outdoor recreation.


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