Great Outdoors Colorado Grants $5M For Flood Recovery
DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado is still recovering from the floods in September, and those efforts got a big boost Wednesday from Great Outdoors Colorado.
The organization has offered $5 million in emergency grant money. The money will be used to repair parks and trails damaged by flood waters.
Great Outdoors Colorado is funded by the Colorado Lottery.
LINK: Great Outdoors Colorado
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