The Yellowstone National Park has been awarded a grant amounting to more than $200,000 from the Yellowstone Park Foundation. The grant will be used to finance critical research studies, energy use reduction, meticulous preservation works such as preservation of Yellowstone's rich heritage, and improvements to help the Park reduce its environmental footprint.
Each year, the Foundation approved grants in order support new priority projects of Yellowstone National Park such as the Native Fish Conservation Program, tracking collars for Yellowstone Wolf Project research, the Sponsor a Bear Box program, and the Yellowstone Youth Conservation Corps.
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