Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails (SPHST)
11/30/20 Midnight - Postmarked or Received
Grants of up to $50,000 to Wyoming local, State and federal agencies, and nonprofit organizations to develop and maintain recreational trails for all users. A pre-application must be submitted prior to the final application. Funding is available for environment and safety education projects as well as trail projects for motorized and non-motorized vehicles.
This grant program provides funding for a variety of trail-related project categories including trail restoration, construction, improvement or maintenance; trailhead or trailside facilities and trail linkages; land lease or purchase for trail corridors; trail related safety or environmental education; and limited equipment purchase.
Permissible Uses of Funds
For Permissible Uses for Only Motorized and Diversified Categories see page 5 of the Grant Guidelines in Supporting Documents below.
GrantWatch ID#: 163673
-Nonmotorized Projects: the maximum grant amount is $50,000 for all non-SPHST sponsored projects. SPHST sponsored projects and those used for Programmatic Match may be packaged for a higher amount with prior approval by the STP Manager, Recreation Grants Manager and SPHST management, along with final concurrence by WSTAC. The minimum grant amount is $10,000. •
-Motorized and Diversified Projects: all projects are sponsored by STP; the maximum as well as minimum grant amounts for all projects will be set at the discretion of the STP Manager, Recreation Grants Manager and SPHST management, along with final concurrence by WSTAC.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
RTP Program Contact:
Louisa Lopez, Recreation Grants Supervisor
phone 307-777-6491 or e-mail email@example.com
Mail application materials to:
WY Trails Program
2301 Central Ave. Barrett Bldg. 4th Floor
Cheyenne, WY 82002
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