South Arkansas schools and conservation districts receive wildlife education/conservation grants

January 13, 2019by ncdea

ARKANSAS – The Arkansas Economic Development Commission Division of Rural Services has awarded grants totaling $531,602.23 to promote wildlife education and improve school conservation programs. Grants went to 253 schools and conservation districts in 71 Arkansas counties. The grant program is funded by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission (AGFC) through fines collected from hunting and fishing violations. Only money collected in the county where the violation occurred may be used as grant funds for that county.

Source: Several South Arkansas schools receive wildlife education/conservation grants | Public & Private Schools | magnoliareporter.com

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