Nature Center gets $200k Grant for Trail stabilization

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Big Thanks to some of the friends who are working hard to stabilize an outdoor treasure in North Texas. "Friends of the Fort Worth Nature Center" Group received a $200,000 grant to stabilize trails at the nature center.

According to the latest news, this group raised more than $100K funds for the project which includes $54K fund by the state, the additional grant will help in additional parking, trail stabilization and improvisation tasks including trailhead kiosk and compost toilet.
This Nature Center's Southern side project is 20 miles of trails at Greer Island." That area has already suffered major storms in 2014 and 2015. 

An event was organized last week to celebrate the grant. At the beginning of this year, Ralph Duggins was appointed as the chairman of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission. The event will execute the initial phase of the project’s plans to preserve and stabilize one of the largest urban nature parks in order to make it one of the best in the country.

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