Grants to Alaska nonprofit organizations, government agencies, tribal governments, and educational institutions to maintain and repair recreational trails. Funding is intended to create or enhance pathways and facilities for use as motorized or non-motorized trails, including the acquisition of trails rights-of-way and the development and maintenance of trails and facilities.
The Recreational Trails Program will be accepting applications that qualify as Stipulation 1, 2, or 3 projects under the current Programmatic Agreement between the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources. For details, see http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/grants/trailsgrantpage/2022/grantapp2022.pdf#page=22
RTP grant funds may be used for the following:Repair or restoration of existing trails.Rehabilitation of trailside and trailhead facilities, bridges, signs, and trail linkages.Purchase or lease of maintenance equipment needed to complete approved scope of work.Development and publication of educational materials to promote safety and environmental protections related to the use of recreational trails. Items must be offered either free to the public or at a very minimal cost. All reimbursable expenses must be allocated to educational materials or their production.Any of the conditions outlined for Stipulations 1, 2 and 3, with approval from FHWA and DPOR.grants for minorities

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