WABASH VALLEY (WTHI) - The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is looking to make the Wabash River healthier and more accessible.
Communities with a mile of the Wabash River can apply for the grants.
$300,000 are available from the Wabash River Heritage Corridor Fund.
In previous years, grants improved Riverfront Park in Clinton and renovated a bridge in Montezuma.
Interested communities should apply by October 1st.
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