Outdoor fund board works out details of application process, technical review
BISMARCK -- Those seeking grants for conservation and outdoors projects through North Dakota's new Outdoor Heritage Fund will not have to present their projects in person to the fund's advisory board -- but it certainly won't hurt their chances.
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