Pacific Northwest Trail Association Receives State Grant

Agency - Recreation and Conservation Funding Board

The state Recreation and Conservation Funding Board awarded a state grant worth $70,911 to the Pacific Northwest Trail Association to hire youth crews in Jefferson and Clallam counties to maintain a trail in the Olympic Mountains.


The association wil use the grant to support crews that maintain 120 miles of the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail on the Olympic Peninsula.

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