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Apply to the Massachusetts Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Program 

Interested in acquiring land for conservation or recreation purposes, building a new park, renovating an existing park, or doing trail work? The Massachusetts Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Program may be right for you.

Apply for a Conservation Partnership Grant 

The Conservation Partnership Grant funds the acquisition of conservation land by non-profit entities. You can apply if you are a not-for-profit group whose mission is to protect land in perpetuity and want to buy land for conservation or recreation.

Apply to the Drinking Water Supply Protection Grant Program 

We can help you determine your eligibility and apply today.

Apply for a Landscape Partnership Grant 

This grant can be used for large-scale, joint conservation projects completed in partnership with federal, state, and local governments, as well as non-profit groups.

Apply for a Local Acquisitions for Natural Diversity (LAND) Grant 

Your municipal conservation and agricultural commissions can apply for LAND grants. Your city or town can use these funds to acquire interests in land that will be used for conservation and passive recreation purposes.

Apply to the Parkland Acquisitions and Renovations for Communities (PARC) Grant Program 

PARC grants can be used by municipalities to acquire parkland, build a new park, or to renovate an existing park. Learn more about our program, check your eligibility, and apply today.

Apply to the Conservation Assistance for Small Communities Grant Program  

Read on for more information on eligibility and types of assistance, or apply now using the link below. 

Apply for an Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership Program (ORLPP) Grant 

You can use this grant to acquire parkland, build a new park, or renovate an existing park. The grant will support urban communities that are lacking in park recreation resources.

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