Great American Outdoors Act Signed Into Law

From: National Trust for Historic Preservation

Great news! The President just signed into law the Great American Outdoors Act—landmark legislation that will invest up to $9.5 billion to repair historic and other assets of the National Park Service and other federal agencies. The bill also fully funds the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) at $900 million annually.

The once-in-a-generation investments from this bill will significantly benefit our nation’s historic and cultural resources by providing jobs, boosting economic activity, and preserving iconic historic places. It's an incredible win.

The National Trust has been deeply engaged on these issues for many years, working closely with congressional offices, partners, and advocates nationwide to develop resources, generate grassroots support, and help get this bill across the finish line. This summer, the Great American Outdoors Act passed the Senate (73-25) and House of Representatives (310-107) with strong bipartisan votes, and many congressional champions and supporters helped make this happen.

Please join us in thanking your elected officials for their role in this historic achievement. We’re eager to continue the important work of saving places, together.


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