Visitors to Mark Twain National Forest have a lot to celebrate!

August fourth marked the second anniversary of the passage of the Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA).

In that time, the USDA Forest Service has selected more than 880 Legacy Restoration Fund projects across the nation aimed at reducing deferred maintenance, strengthening rural infrastructure, and enhancing access to public lands.

Mark Twain National Forest has received GAOA funds for many projects happening across multiple counties that visitors to the Forest will benefit from for years to come.  

Deputy Forest Supervisor Tony Crump said, “As long as the Great American Outdoors Act and Legacy Restoration Fund continues, the Forest will use it to serve the public and reimagine ways to deliver excellent recreation opportunities.

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