LWCFLand and Water Conservation Fund
LWCFLiving Waters Christian Fellowship (various locations)
LWCFLost Work Case Frequency (safety)
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"Other things like the Conservation Reserve Program are fantastic for conservation and habitat, but as far as access, the LWCF is the best thing we have."
The LWCF Coalition, a group pushing for reauthorization, said more than $165 million in potential funding has been lost to parks nationally since the fund expired.
Under the Department of Interior's current leadership, the LWCF is in danger of having enormous funding cuts, with a proposed FY19 budget of $8 million, down from $425 million last year.
LWCF may be little known to the general public, but it is without question America's most important program to conserve irreplaceable lands and water, and has justifiably enjoyed wide bipartisan support since its inception in 1964.For over 50 years, LWCF is responsible for funding the acquisition and enhancement of federal, state, and local public lands in almost every state and county in the nation, ensuring that all Americans have access to recreate and enjoy our lands and parks.
(86) The LWCF is a trust fund that accumulates $900 million at the end of each fiscal year.
These two leaders want to ensure the Forest Legacy Program and LWCF are able to provide the benefits to our state that we are promised by the U.S.
With a recent grant from the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), the park will upgrade trails, build a new concession stand and make other improvements.
The committee voted to update and renew current NLC resolutions on the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), water infrastructure, and sustainability initiatives, as well as to move a recurring resolution on the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) to permanent policy.
NPCA would like to see Congress tap the Land & Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) for the funds in time for the Park Service centennial in 2016.
Since 1965 the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund ("LWCF") has spent $41.58 per capita for national forests in Northern California, for example, compared to $1.63 per capita in Southern California.
Annual allocations of $450 million to the state assistance account of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) and $125 million to the Urban Park and Recreation Recovery program will make an immediate impact on the recreation opportunities in communities around the country.
The Nebraska NRCS (Natural Resource Conservation Service) organized a resource management team consisting of specialists in engineering, agronomy and biology to assist producers with the design and planning of LWCF (Livestock Storage Waste Facilities) and CNMP (Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plans) for control of nonpoint water pollution.