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Susquehanna heritage group gets $250K grant

York County-based Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area has received $250,000 from the Community Conservation Partnerships Program Grants initiative to support its work in the Susquehanna River corridor, the group said.

The state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources administers the grants, and the heritage area’s funding is part of $31.5 million in allocations for 218 heritage, conservation and recreation projects statewide, according to a news release.

The Lower Windsor Township-based group promotes economic vitality and quality of life in the area surrounding the river, according to the website, including economic development through community revitalization and heritage and outdoor tourism.

It recently celebrated 10 years as a Pennsylvania Heritage Area.

 

Brent Burkey

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