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Friends of Audubon Named Grant Finalist

The Friends of Audubon have been named one of five grant finalists for the Impact 100 Owensboro 2014 grant cycle. The group will award 2 grants of $100,000 to two lucky finalists.


The Friends of Audubon's proposal is to repair several existing trails in the nature preserve of John James Audubon State Park as well as replace several of the bridges. The majority of the $100,000 will go toward building a second boardwalk on the Audubon Wetlands that will be accessible to those with limited mobility. Once accomplished, the Audubon Wetlands trail system and boardwalks will be one of the only places in the Midwest for those with limited mobility to hike.


We are very honored and excited to be named a finalist. We are looking forward to the final presentation in October 2014.



Become a Friend

  Friends of Audubon is a non-profit organization established to enhance the public’s enjoyment and understanding of the natural wonders of John James Audubon State Park as well as the artistic and cultural treasures housed in the world-class museum. There is a constant need for money to maintain the works of art, to ensure they are properly displayed and cared for, and to develop and produce programs and exhibits. Your membership in the Friends of Audubon will help fund those needs as well as keep you informed of related news and progress. Please consider joining and helping us preserve what we have today for tomorrow’s visitors. 


Join today and enjoy: 


* FREE and Unlimited Admission to the Museum 


* 10% Discount at the Museum Store (including the purchase of Audubon prints) 


* Invitations to special events and lectures 


* Discounts on other park programs and activities 


* A free, quarterly newsletter and calendar of events  


  



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