DNR Receiving $1.25M to Improve Michigan Shooting Ranges

More than a million dollars over the next five years will be used to improve the state’s shooting ranges.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will be giving the DNR $1.25 million dollars.

That money will be used to upgrade about 75 percent of Michigan’s shooting ranges.

The improvements will used to expand or develop archery and firearm range facilities.

Ogemaw Hills Sportsmen Association is one of the ranges being awarded this grant.

Any range wishing to use some of this money must match 25 percent of the money used for their project.

 

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