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The 2021 Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation grant cycle is officially open! We can’t wait to see what great projects will get funded this year! This year’s grants include:

Utah Outdoor Recreation Grant – Tier 1: $10,001 to $150,000 – for new outdoor recreation infrastructure projects to help communities build recreation amenities that support local economic development.

UORG Regional Asset Tier: Up to $500,000 – for large projects with a total value of at least $2 million.

UORG Mini-Grant: $500 to $10,000 – ideal for smaller projects. If your project requires only a small investment to complete, the mini-grant may be a good fit.

Recreation Restoration Infrastructure: Up to $150,000 – funds are awarded to restore high-use and high-priority trails or repair or replace other types of developed recreation infrastructure on public lands.

Utah Outdoor Classroom Grant: Up to $10,000 to community-based non-profit organizations or publicly funded K-12 schools to help get Utah’s K-12 students outside— to learn, gain a skill, and enjoy the outdoors!

Learn more at business.utah.gov/outdoor/grants

Grant Application

2021 grant cycle closes March 19th, 2021 at 5:00 pm MST

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