Outdoor Heritage Conservation Fund accepting land protect project grant applications until December 31

Oak Hill, WV (WOAY) – The West Virginia Outdoor Heritage Conservation Fund (OHCF) is accepting grant applications for land protection projects. 

Land protection projects can include important wildlife habitats, working forests, and farmlands, as well as hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreational areas. 

The organization is accepting applications for large grants totaling over $25,000, while $50,000 in funding will be used for small grants.  

Applicants must complete applications and determine if their project meets the requirements for funding using the OHCF’s eligibility assessment tool and technical assistance manual, available at commerce.wv.gov/outdoor-heritage-conservation-fund 

Applications must be submitted by December 31. 


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