Colorado Parks and Wildlife offering one-time grants for hunting and angling outreach and education

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is offering a one-time grant opportunity to agency partners that engage in hunting and angling outreach and education.

The Partners in Outdoors Grants are available to non-profits, public shooting ranges, and local city and county governments in Colorado. With a total of $150,000 in funds available, eligible partners can apply for grants ranging from $10,000 to $25,000.

“This grant is a unique and exciting opportunity for groups working with youth, minority and underserved populations to bolster those programs and complete these important projects,” said Allison Kinkaid, partnership outreach coordinator for Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

The program has a relatively brief timeline. Grant applications are due by Dec. 31, 2013, and awards will be finalized by January 2014, with notification letters sent out in February.

For more information about the program and application process, visit the Partners in the Outdoors webpage. Any further questions can be asked via email at

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