From ferrets to fish, Colorado projects receive $4.3 million in funding
Credit: Denver Post
Projects in Colorado that will help the black-footed ferret and people who love to fish received $4.3 million in funding Thursday from the Department of Interior.
The National Black-footed Ferret Center near Carr, which is in northern Colorado near the Wyoming border, was the awarded the bulk of the funding with $3.6 million. Those funds will go for pre-conditioning pens, facility rehabilitation and repair, and new construction.
The remaining $751,000 will go to projects at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge near Commerce City. The public restroom at Lake Ladora’s Fishing Access Point will be replaced, as will the Lake Mary public access floating boardwalk and fishing pier.
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