Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area recently received nearly $7,000 in transportation funding from the National Park Foundation to provide funding for approximately 700 students and family members to experience a ranger-led program in the Santa Monica Mountains.
National Park Foundation's Ticket to Ride program funds transportation, in-park educational programming and meals that make national park field trips possible for schools across the country. Read the Entire Article
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