Lawmakers send governor bill to create Outdoor Heritage Fund
BISMARCK -- A $30 million fund will be available to organizations to help preserve natural resources if Gov. Jack Dalrymple signs a bill passed Thursday.
Senate lawmakers passed House Bill 1278 to create the North Dakota Outdoor Heritage Fund, which would provide grants to applying organizations to protect and improve water quality, wildlife and fish habitat on private and public lands and conserve natural areas.
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