The Project Decisions Commitee has chosen our project for Te
The grant application for the Federal Lands Access Program (FLAP) was submitted in July 2022. We need your help in raising our grant match! Help build access to your public land: the ONLY Bureau of Land Management land in Texas!
Easement location 35°27'46.47"N 101°52'35.52"W
The FLAP grant application is for $5,000,000.00, the match needed $1,483,500.
Expected notice of short list acceptance: January 2023
Your donations are tax-deductible, we are a nonprofit 501 (c)(3).
Donate to the Cross Bar Fund at the Amarillo Area Foundation.
Cross Bar Management also works on internal budget proposals for project funding to include the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding opportunities.
To fully develop the Cross Bar SRMA, master planning efforts estimated a total cost of $26 million.
Considering the high development cost grant applications will be necessary. Fundraising for grant match requirements allows us to be competitive and prepared when grants are announced and/or awarded. Donations for each campaign will be invested in the Amarillo Area Foundation "The Cross Bar Fund."
It is imperative that we have matching funds available when any grant is announced. Therefore, all donations will be maximized to show competitiveness for grants. The partners are constantly looking for and applying for grants. While grant awards are never guaranteed, we will continue to apply for grants to achieve our goals.
Xcel: Program support
Pottery County: Program support, trail kiosk project
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation: Program support, trail camera project and painting project
Congressional Spending: Access support
FLAP Grant: Access Support
BLM: Program support and internal support
Amarillo Area Foundation Catalyst: Support