Funding Authorized by the Great American Outdoors Act
In a move to improve public lands, the US Department of Interior (DOI) and the Department of Agriculture have unveiled a joint investment of $2.8 billion as authorized by the Great American Outdoors Act. The funding aims to bolster conservation efforts, enhance outdoor recreational opportunities, and promote the sustainable management of natural resources.
The investment will be allocated towards various projects across the country including trail and campground improvements, habitat restoration, wildfire prevention, and the development of visitor facilities. These initiatives seek to enhance the overall visitor experience while preserving the ecological integrity of public lands.