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1 ARIZONA HERITAGE FUND Arizona State Parks Mission Managing and conserving Arizona’s natural, cultural, and recreational resources for the benefit of the people, both in our parks and through our partners.

2 ARIZONA HERITAGE FUND Where Does The Money GO?

3 Arizona State Parks Heritage Fund Historic Preservation Up to $1.7 million annually goes to support historic preservation efforts consistent with the Secretary of the Interior Standards.

4 Heritage Fund Historic Preservation - $157,000 Built 1884 Now houses the Blade Tribune Clark House Florence AZ

5 Heritage Fund Historic Preservation - $205,000 Built in 1897 Pinal County 2nd Courthouse Florence AZ

6 Heritage Fund Historic Preservation - $53,400 Built in 1893 American Legion Post #31 St. John’s AZ

7 Heritage Fund Historic Preservation - $124,000 Built in 1937 Mandell & Meyer Building Casa Grande AZ Governor’s 2006 Award winner for Best Adaptive reuse.

8 Heritage Fund Historic Preservation - $150,000 Built in 1917 Acquisition then rehabilitation & conversion to 30 live/work affordable rental units for artists & artisans. Curly School - Ajo AZ

9 Heritage Fund Historic Preservation $100, Arizona’s 1st Railroad Interpretive telling of how trains and steamboats co- existed in Arizona’s transportation history. Swing Span Pivot Bridge Yuma National Heritage Area

10 Heritage Fund Historic Preservation - $16, Documenting and maintaining the heritage varieties of fruit trees in the park. NAU - Slide Rock Orchard Restoration

11 Heritage Fund Historic Preservation - $97,000 Sherwood Ranch - Established AD Planning for a National Heritage Area. Significant economic benefits are expected for the region. Center for Desert Archaeology Apache County AZ

12 Arizona State Parks Heritage Fund Local, Regional and State Parks LRSP Up to $3.5 million annually to support land acquisition and facility development for parks, outdoor recreation, and open space preservation.

13 El Mirage Community Park $750,000 - LRSP

14 Gilbert - Water Tower Park Dev $313,000 - LRSP

15 Holbrook - Lisitzky Park $14,845 - LRSP

16 Pima County - Brandi Fenton Memorial Park $700,000 LRSP

17 Arizona State Parks Heritage Fund Trails Up to $475,000 annually to support nonmotorized trail acquisition, construction, and improvement for trails on the State Trails System.

18 Prescott NF Highlands Center Trail - $76,000 - HF Trails

19 Flagstaff - AZ Trail Butler to Route 66 $60,500 - HF Trails

20 Pinal County - Lost Goldmine Trail Renovation - $13,275 - HF Trails

21 PRESERVING ARIZONA’S NATURAL, CULTURAL, AND RECREATIONAL RESOURCES


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