Outdoor Recreation Planning

What is the Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP)? Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) To be eligible to receive federal funds through the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) State Assistance Grant Program, each state must produce a SCORP every five years. The intent of the SCORP is to identify outdoor recreation issues and […]

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RTP Implementation Documents

General Administration RTP Policy Letter 1 – Reimbursements for Eligible Costs RTP Policy Letter 2 – Equipment Rates RTP Policy Letter 3 – Volunteer Rates RTP Policy Letter 4 – Sponsor Labor Beason-Hammon Policy Memo – LWCF and RTP DUNS Number and sam.gov FAQ   Startup Bidding and Contracting Compliance Questionnaire Bidding and Contracting Compliance […]

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RTP Information and Application Documents

    2023 RTP Program Summary RTP Overview and Guidance 2021 Recreational Trails Program Annual Report Tips for Project Sponsors 2023 RTP Grant Application 2023 RTP Application Workshop Presentation  

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LWCF Implementation Documents

General Administration LWCF Policy Letter 1 – Equipment Rates LWCF Policy Letter 2 – Volunteer Rates LWCF Policy Letter 3 – Sponsor Labor Beason-Hammon Policy Memo – LWCF and RTP   Startup Bidding and Contracting Compliance Questionnaire Bidding and Contracting Compliance Questionnaire-Attachments A and B Certification Form W-9 IRS Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and […]

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LWCF Information and Application Documents

  2022 LWCF Application Workshop Presentation 2022 LWCF Program Summary 2022 LWCF Grant Application Alabama LWCF Impact Data The Outdoor Recreation Economy Recreation Area Inventory Form   External Documents LWCF Application and Revision Form National Park Service Categorical Exclusions List​ Land and Water Conservation Fund Description and Notification Form – DNF Application for Federal Assistance […]

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Local Development Districts

The Local Development Districts (LDDs) are our local partners and are an active and essential part of the DRA partnership. There are six LDDs in Alabama’s Delta Region, and each LDD operates under a Board of Directors composed of elected representatives from the various local governments. LDDs West Alabama Regional Commission Counties: Greene, Hale, Pickens […]

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Local Development Districts

The Local Development Districts (LDDs) are our local partners and are an active and essential part of the ARC partnership. There are eight LDDs in Alabama’s Appalachian Region, and each LDD operates under a Board of Directors composed of elected representatives from the various local governments. LDDs Northwest Alabama Council of Local Governments Counties: Colbert, […]

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ARC Application Information

Grant Goals The usual maximum ARC funding per project is $200,000. ARC designates counties to be in one of five groups: Attainment Counties, Competitive Counties, Distressed Counties, At-risk Counties or Transitional Counties. These designations are made on an annual basis. Attainment Counties are not eligible for ARC funding. Competitive Counties are eligible for 30% ARC funding.  […]

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ARC Plans, Strategies, and Historic Funding

ARC State Plans 2020 – 2023 State Plan 2016 – 2019 State Plan 2011 – 2015 State Plan 2007 – 2010 State Plan ARC State Strategies 2022 ARC State Strategy 2021 ARC State Strategy 2020 ARC State Strategy 2019 ARC State Strategy 2018 ARC State Strategy 2017 ARC State Strategy 2016 ARC State Strategy 2015 […]

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State DR Contracts

Alabama Rural Coalition for the Homeless Alabama Rural Coalition for the Homeless – 01 Contract Alabama Rural Coalition for the Homeless – Amendment 01 Alabama Rural Coalition for the Homeless – Amendment 02 Alabama Rural Coalition for the Homeless – Amendment 03 Alabama Rural Coalition for the Homeless – Amendment 04 Alabama Rural Coalition for […]

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