Two men help build the outdoor classroom at the Gateway Parcel in Tuolumne River Regional Park in February; some of the projects in the park were funded by the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which could die if not renewed or made permanent by Sept. 30.
Two men help build the outdoor classroom at the Gateway Parcel in Tuolumne River Regional Park in February; some of the projects in the park were funded by the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which could die if not renewed or made permanent by Sept. 30. Joan Barnett Lee jlee@modbee.com
Two men help build the outdoor classroom at the Gateway Parcel in Tuolumne River Regional Park in February; some of the projects in the park were funded by the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which could die if not renewed or made permanent by Sept. 30. Joan Barnett Lee jlee@modbee.com

If Denham cares about conservation, he’ll get his name on bill to make funding permanent

May 15, 2018 11:21 AM