Friday, August 28, 2015

LWCF is meaningful, should be preserved - Full Article

Star-Tribune editorial board
August 28 2015

The Land and Water Conservation Fund has doled out $17 billion in the last five decades for recreation opportunities across the nation.

That’s $17 billion worth of pools, ballfields, parks and other public lands. They’re the sites of some of our fondest memories. Here in Wyoming, Highland Park, Edness Kimball Wilkins State Park and Curt Gowdy State Park have all benefited.

But that national tradition could be ending soon: The fund is slated to sunset Sept. 30 unless Congress reauthorizes it...

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