If fully funded, the Land and Water Conservation Fund will also be available to benefit communities all along the Washington- Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail at no cost to the tax payer. It is funded by off- shore drilling fees. It provides funds for conservation, for green places, places for recreation close by our cities and towns—- so important in our densely populated part of the country. Every 30 seconds a football field size piece of nature is lost to development. More and more people. Less and less land. Just when outdoor recreation is booming. This project has bipartisan support. Take a look at this video and contact your congressional representatives today!
Nature is not political – it brings people together. Bipartisan support for Congress to fully #FundLWCF is strong and growing. Let’s get this done now! Thank you, @SenatorBurr @SenatorCantwell @SenCoryGardner @Sen_JoeManchin! pic.twitter.com/fVnv8iP270
— The Nature Conservancy (@nature_org) March 3, 2020