Land and Water Conservation Fund
Administered in Nevada by the Division of State Parks, the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) grant is provided on a 50/50 matching basis to individual projects. These projects are submitted through the Nevada Division of State Parks to the National Park Service for approval.
The Nevada Division of State Parks announces the availability of LWCF funds for local park and recreation development and acquisition projects. All political subdivisions, including counties, incorporated cities, unincorporated towns, general improvement districts, and Native American tribal governments are eligible for assistance.
Land and Water Conservation Fund staff will provide grant training sessions on February 16 & February 28. Both sessions will include the same topics, including: Background on the Land and Water Conservation Fund, what it can pay for, requirements, examples and the application process for the current grant round. Training is virtual. To join, use the links below to log into the training sessions.
- LWCF Grant Training 2023
- LWCF Grant Training - March 10, 2023, 8 a.m. - 10 a.m.
Microsoft Teams meeting
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Meeting ID: 231 906 316 823Passcode: T9SANc
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+1 775-321-6111,,285912205# United States, Reno
Phone Conference ID: 285 912 205#
- 2023 LWCF Grant Announcement
- 2023 LWCF Grants Press Release
- WebGrants - Nevada State Parks (webgrantscloud.com)
View Fact Sheet on the Land and Water Conservation Fund State Assistance Program in Nevada.
LWCF Sign Information
Other Program Documents
- Nevada’s Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP)
- Nevada's Plan Integral de Actividades Recreativas al Aire Libre
Park and Recreation Program Manager