Federal Conservation Funding

A weekly webinar series Stay connected as the days get shorter. AMC is hosting online programs about conservation topics every Wednesday this fall and winter from 7 pm – 8 pm ET. From research and science to policy and advocacy opportunities, to learning about the landscapes you love, we’ve lined up programs on topics that…

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Maine organizations receive $1 million federal grant to protect over 13,000 acres of wildlife habitat 3 federally Endangered, 3 federally Threatened, 6 state Endangered, 4 state Threatened species to benefit. Portland, ME September 18, 2020—Four Maine conservation organizations will share a $1 million grant from the federal North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) to conserve…

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As voters, we make the future together. Join us by being a voter for the outdoors in the 2020 election. This guide will help you register to vote in your state, make a voting plan, and research the candidates who will be on your ballot this November. Step 1: Make Sure You’re Registered to Vote…

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  If there’s anything 2020 has taught us, it’s that for those who live in and around cities, walkable access to a decent-sized park is a physical, social, and emotional necessity. And yet, according to data compiled by the Trust for Public Land (TPL), nearly a third of all Americans—100 million people—do not have a…

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  Fifty years ago, Congress passed arguably the most important environmental and public health legislation to date: the Clean Air Act (CAA). By setting emissions standards for vehicles and industrial factories, the act has removed harmful, airborne pollutants in and around cities, as well as improved the air high above sea level. Georgia Murray, AMC’s…

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  Since taking office, the Trump administration has, through the Environmental Protection Agency and other federal agencies, been hard at work dismantling more than 100 environmental rules that protect and preserve American land, water, and wildlife from pollution, development, and oil and gas drilling. Environmental regulations help prevent “haphazard and harmful and random and unfair…

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  The Great American Outdoors Act, a bipartisan piece of legislation signed by President Trump on Tuesday, August 4, will provide as much as $1.9 billion annually to address the massive backlog of maintenance projects on federal public lands—including national parks, forests, and refuges—and will permanently fund a federal program that has supported outdoor conservation in…

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On Wednesday, July 22nd the U.S. House of Representatives took a truly historic and momentous step in passing the Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA) by a vote of 310 to 107. This bill will finally, after 55 years, permanently and fully fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). It will also help fund the…

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Historic Victory as U.S. House of Representatives Votes to Fully, Permanently Fund LWCF and Restore Our Public Lands WASHINGTON – The United States House of Representatives voted to pass legislation to fully and permanently fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) and invest in critical repairs within national parks, national forests, and other public…

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On June 17, following several days of debate, the U.S. Senate passed the Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA) by a vote of 73-25 in a bipartisan victory for our nation’s public lands. The act combines two important issues, full and permanent funding for the Land Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) and funding to the maintenance backlog…

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