The Clean Ohio Conservation Fund
Established in 2000 by the voters of Ohio, the Clean Ohio Conservation Fund provides funding for the protection of open space and sensitive ecosystems through a process that occurs at the local level. Mahoning and Trumbull Counties comprise District 6 and since the start of the Fund over 3,000 acres of land has been preserved in its natural state in our district. We are proud of the quality of the projects that have been approved at the local level, and look forward to the opportunity to preserve more open space in Mahoning and Trumbull Counties in upcoming rounds.
Below you can link to specific, local level information reguarding the Conservation Fund. For general, state-wide information visit the Ohio Public Works website at www.pwc.state.oh.us, or at www.clean.ohio.gov/greenspaceconservation. For more District 6 information contact Rachel McCartney at Eastgate at firstname.lastname@example.org or (330) 779-3800.
An Overview of the Clean Ohio Fund and the Conservation Fund.
Program Policies and Clarification
The NRAC (Natural Resources Assistance Council) is the local council charged with reviewing, scoring and ranking local projects.
•List of Current NRAC Members
•Nomination Form and Instructions
•NRAC Member Responsibilities
Preapplications are required for all projects submitted in District 6.
Instructions for Application:
The Final Application and Attachment B are submitted as one document upon preapplication approval from the NRAC.
The Scoring Methodology is the document the NRAC uses to score local projects.