Good News: Senate Committee Passes Dedicated Funding for Public Lands & Waters
Established in 1964, the Land and Water Conservation Fund uses revenue generated from federal oil and gas leases on our public land to support thousands of conservation projects across the nation. In West Virginia, LWCF has funded access to and conservation of some of our most iconic landscapes, like the New River Gorge, the Monongahela National Forest, and Blackwater Falls.
Stay tuned! We’ll continue to keep you updated as the LWCF continues to move through Congress.