JACKSON, Miss. (WTVA) - Mississippi is receiving $1.2 million for outdoor recreation and conservation projects.
The funds are being distributed from the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
This is part of a $100 million distribution to all 50 states, territories and Washington, D.C.
Alabama was distributed $1.5 million.
- Mississippi receives $1.2 million to support state parks and recreation
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- Proposed industrial park, community to receive $6 million
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- Computer problems delay Mississippi child support payments
- 3 Mississippi schools receive Blue Ribbon recognition
- Mississippi receiving federal grant for preschool programs
- Mississippi receiving federal highway money after floods
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