Funding Legacy Supports Arkansas State Parks, Keeps Coffers Full


The conservation tax approved by Arkansas voters in 1996 remains a dynamic funding source to help upgrade and maintain the 52 state parks in Arkansas. “Without the conservation tax, we couldn't do what we're doing,” said Grady Spann, director of Arkansas State Parks.

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