“SHOW ME THE MONEY”. Indiana Rural Recreation Development Project. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES DIVISION OF OUTDOOR RECREATION BOB BRONSON JAY D. KEITH II November 30, 2006. 2007 GRANT OPPORTUNITIES. Recreational Trails Program (RTP) $ 150,000 -80/20
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Indiana Rural Recreation Development Project
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
DIVISION OF OUTDOOR RECREATION
BOB BRONSON JAY D. KEITH II
November 30, 2006
$ 150,000 -80/20
$ 200,000- 50/50
$ 100,000 -75/25
Total projects of $187,500 X .20 = $37,500
More land 7
Multi-use facilities 13
Trail Development 22
Trails Info 4
New grantee 3
Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970
All facilities must be designed to accommodate persons with disabilities and the park board's facilities, programs, and activities must be open to the public without discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, or handicap.
Access Route Not Provided
Companion Space (30” X 48”) Not Provided
Grant applications may consist of land acquisition and/or facility construction or renovation for local public parks. New parks or additions to existing parks may be funded.
The land acquisition or development may not be started until final approval is received from the Federal government.
All land to be acquired and developed must be retained and used for outdoor recreation in perpetuity (forever).
More land 30
Local needs 18
New grantee 5
“ISLAND” PLAY EQUIPMENT
WITHOUT AN ACCESS ROUTE OR ACCESSIBLE SURFACE
is to provide the citizens of Indiana
with additional and safer places to
fire their guns, and train hunter