Range Development Grant Application
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Shooting Range Development Grant application

Thank you for your interest in the Shooting Range Development Grant Program. To complete the application, you'll need the following:

  • A statement describing the need, objective and expected results and benefits of the project
  • A statement describing the approach and location for the proposed project—including the plans to enhance safety, hunter education, shooter access, facility use by a variety of groups or availability to the public
  • A detailed cost estimate (You must note in your written grant proposal if your organization wishes to provide any portion of its funding match through in-kind labor or materials.)
  • A statement detailing the amount of grant funding being requested
  • A description of how the project meets local needs and how much local support it has
  • A site map and description of all ground disturbance related to the project
  • A copy of the organization's lease or deed for the property where the project will occur
  • Proof of incorporation status for any non-profit organization
  • Contact information for the project and organization leaders
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