In fiscal years 2021 and 2022, the Department of the Interior has prioritized 222 National Park and Public Land Legacy Restoration Fund (LRF) projects. These projects, located in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and multiple U.S. territories, will address priority deferred maintenance needs at national parks, national wildlife refuges, on public lands, and at Bureau of Indian Education schools.
Projects address a variety of maintenance needs, including repair and improvement of buildings, structures, recreational sites, water and utilities, roads, bridges, dams, and more.
Detailed project sheets for the funded projects will be posted shortly.
In the 2023 President’s Budget, the Department of the Interior proposes 63 projects across 37 states, the District of Colombia, and U.S. territories. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Park Service again request funding to support Maintenance Action Teams, allowing them to address additional, smaller scale deferred maintenance activities throughout the country.
Department of the Interior bureaus post opportunities for contractors to engage on projects; these opportunities are not posted or coordinated by the Department.