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Recipient
City Of Redwood Falls
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$232,200
Fund Source
Redevelop parking lot to redirect storm water, control erosion and provide walkways along the river to improve safety and ADA access.
Recipient
City Of Redwood Falls
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$141,625
Fund Source
Renovate the Ramsey Falls pedestrian overlook according to developed architectural plans, provide erosion control and enhance public safety while viewing.
Recipient
Goodhue County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$31,500
Fund Source
to restore the asphalt trail surfance on the Cannon Valley Trail
Recipient
Renville County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$193,000
Fund Source
Acquisition of a 56 acres addition to the current 302 acre park and development of trails, restroom, prairie restoration and parking.
Recipient
Lake County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$100,000
Fund Source
Beaver Bay Trail including trailhead amenities.
Recipient
City of Hanover
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$500,000
Fund Source
to construct the Beebe Lake Regional Trail, which is a new 3.8 mile bicycle and pedestrian trail along CSAH 34 in the cities of Hanover and St. Michael
Recipient
Benton County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$280,000
Fund Source
River overlook(s), parking lot, trail connections, bathrooms, interpretive sign boards, kiosk, signage, pedestrian crossings, benches, picnic tables, trash receptacles.
Recipient
Freeborn County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$950,000
Fund Source
to acquire 12.65 miles of abandoned rail line for trail development with connection to existing biking lane and trail head of the Blazing Star State Trail located in Albert Lea
Recipient
Wright County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$76,000
Fund Source
Acquire a 126.7-acre portion of the Bertram Chain of Lakes. The total project will encompass 1,200 acres of land and water, including four undeveloped lakes (5.75 miles of lake shore and 1.5 miles of streams).
Recipient
Wright County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$700,000
Fund Source

Development of trails, access roads, parking, restrooms, picnic shelter, sand volleyball and improvements to the rental chalet.

Recipient
County Of Wright
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$400,000
Fund Source
Acquire 126.7 acres of the Bertram Chain of Lakes Regional Park. The total project will encompass 1,200 acres of land and water, including four undeveloped lakes (5.75 miles of lake shore and 1.5 miles of streams), in Wright County.
Recipient
Wright County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$500,000
Fund Source
Acquire the 62 acres of the Bertram Chain of Lakes. This property consists of 1,200 acres, including four undeveloped lakes (5.75 miles of lake shore and 1.5 miles of streams), in Wright County. This project will expand a new regional park, which is currently 370 acres in size along the I-94 growth corridor.
Recipient
Wright County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$1,400,000
Fund Source
Acquire 80 acres to expand Bertram Chain of Lakes Regional Park.
Recipient
Wright County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$1,000,000
Fund Source
Acquire approximately 50 acres of the Bertram Chain of Lakes.
Recipient
Wright County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$1,528,925
Fund Source
Acquire 124-acre addition to existing 496-acre Bertram Chain of Lakes Regional Park. This property consists of 1,200 acres, including four undeveloped lakes (5.75 miles of lake shore and 1.5 miles of streams), in Wright County.
Recipient
Lyon County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$1,409,925
Fund Source
to construct 6.75 miles of new paved off-road bicycle and pedestrain trail from Camden State Park to the City of Marshall
Recipient
Lyon County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$910,880
Fund Source
Construction of 2.4 miles of multi use trail to complete the Camden Regional Trail and installing of signage.
Recipient
Lyon County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$274,680
Fund Source
To expand the Camden Regional Trail from Southwest MN State University (SMSU) in Marshall to Camden State Park
Recipient
Washington County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$18,000
Fund Source
to install two 120 gallon solar water heaters with solar panels at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve campground restroom/shower facilities
Recipient
Three Rivers Park District
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$112,500
Fund Source
to install a solar hot water heating unit on the Baker Campground Shower Building roofin Baker Park Reserve that will include the fixed roof mounted solar array, circulating pumps and thermal pre-heat storage tanks
Recipient
City of Northfield and Dundas
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$408,000
Fund Source
Acquire 105 acres along the Cannon River and development of a biking trail, picnic shelter and shore fishing.
Recipient
Minneapolis Park And Rec Board (City Of Mpls)
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$46,000
Fund Source
to install 34 PV solar modules with enphase micro-inverters at the Carl W. Kroenig Interpretive Center
Recipient
City Of Duluth
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$1,000,000
Fund Source
Restoration of Chambers Grove Park impacted by the flood of 2012.
Recipient
City Of Saint Paul
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$250,000
Fund Source
to construct 1.3 miles of a bituminous trail connecting Cherokee Regional Park to Harriet Island/Lilydale Regional Park, including site enhancements along the trail such as a retaining wall, fence, landscaping, parking, scenic overlooks, benches, drinking
Recipient
City Of Saint Paul
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$136,375
Fund Source
to construct a 1.3 mile regional trail within Cherokee Regional Park
Recipient
City of Cambridge
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$150,000
Fund Source
Develop a fishing pier, picnic shelters, restrooms and parking in 154-acre park.
Recipient
City of Aitkin
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$82,000
Fund Source
Acquire approximately 50.4 acre expansion to existing 8.9-acre park along the Ripple River to be operated as a regional park.
Recipient
City Of Saint Paul
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$150,000
Fund Source
to install solar thermal hot water heating system for the bathhouse building and the concessions building as part of the park swimming pool replacement
Recipient
DNR
2019 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$11,589,000
Fund Source

The Conservation Partners Legacy Grant Program will be managed by the Department of Natural Resources to provide competitive matching grants of up to $400,000 to local, regional, state, and national non-profit organizations and government entities. In it's first 8 years of funding, the CPL program has provided 476 grants totaling $45.5 million to 140 different grantee organizations, improving or protecting over 220,000 acres of habitat. Demand for CPL grants has continued to grow each year as new applicants hear about the program and successful grantees return.

Recipient
DNR
2015 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$4,550,000
Fund Source

The Conservation Partners Legacy Grant Program will be managed by the Department of Natural Resources to provide competitive matching grants of up to $400,000 to local, regional, state, and national non-profit organizations and government entities.

Recipient
DNR
2014 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$3,860,000
Fund Source

The Conservation Partners Legacy Grant Program  (CPL) is managed by the Department of Natural Resources to provide competitive matching grants of up to $400,000 to local, regional, state, and national non-profit organizations, including governments.

Recipient
DNR
2015 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$4,000,000
Fund Source

The Conservation Partners Legacy Grant Program is managed by the Department of Natural Resources to provide competitive matching grants of up to $400,000 to local, regional, state, and national non-profit organizations and government entities.

Recipient
DNR
2013 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$4,990,000
Fund Source

The Conservation Partners Legacy Grant Program, managed by the Department of Natural Resources, provided 56 competitive matching grants to non-profit organizations and governments, appropriating all the available ML12 funds.

Recipient
DNR
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$9,294,000
Fund Source

The Conservation Partners Legacy Grant Program will be managed by the Department of Natural Resources to provide competitive matching grants of up to $400,000 to local, regional, state, and national non-profit organizations and government entities. In it's first 7 years of funding, the CPL program has provided 410 grants totaling $37 million to 133 different grantee organizations, positively affecting over 220,000 acres of habitat. Demand for CPL grants has continued to grow each year as new grantees hear about the program and successful grantees return.

Recipient
DNR
2016 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$8,440,000
Fund Source

The Conservation Partners Legacy Grant Program will be managed by the Department of Natural Resources to provide competitive matching grants of up to $400,000 to local, regional, state, and national non-profit organizations and government entities.

Recipient
DNR
2017 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$7,438,000
Fund Source

The Conservation Partners Legacy Grant Program will be managed by the Department of Natural Resources to provide competitive matching grants of up to $400,000 to local, regional, state, and national non-profit organizations and government entities.

Recipient
MN DNR
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$88,000
2013 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$87,000


PROJECT OVERVIEW

Recipient
MN DNR
2010 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$158,000

Appropriations to non-state entities must be made through a formal contract with a state entity that manages all of the funds for the project on a reimbursement basis. This appropriation to Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources (DNR) funds the expenses incurred by the DNR in contracting, contract management, and expense re-imbursement for most of the Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund appropriations made to non-state entities, including new projects funded during the biennium and existing projects funded in previous bienniums.

Recipient
Marshall County
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$166,000
Fund Source
Redevelop access routes, docks, fishing pier, 4 shelters, and shower building. Add accessible tables, benches, and grills to beach area and along trail. Plant trees along ditch.
Recipient
City Of Duluth
Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$288,000
Fund Source
to construct a 10 foot wide bituminous pedestrian trail, extending the Cross City Trail from 37th Avenue West to 24th Avenue West within the City of Duluth