Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) - Division of Outdoor Recreation and Indiana Department of Transportation
11/01/19 5:00 PM ET
Grants to Indiana nonprofit organizations and government agencies for trail development within the State. Funding is intended for land acquisition, surface preparation, engineering, design, and basic amenities. The trails must be open for public use. Trails must allow for non-motorized use but consideration will also be given to multi-use trail types.
Eligible projects will be evaluated by a review committee staffed by multiple State agencies. Applications will be evaluated based on the following:
Preference will be given to:
Consideration will be given to:
GrantWatch ID#: 184967
- Regionally significant projects: $250,000
- Locally significant projects: $200,000
- Regionally significant projects: $5 million per applicant
- Locally significant projects: $2 million per applicant
NLT funds will be awarded in three rounds until all funds have been allocated. The second round will award up to $25 million in regionally significant projects and up to $5 million in locally significant projects.
Grant recipients sign a contract with DNR, and projects are expected to be completed within a 4-year contract period. Preference will be given to projects on an accelerated timeline.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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