Franklin, TN -(AmmoLand.com)- The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance (USA) and Tennessee American Water are holding a public ribbon cutting ceremony Sept. 3, at 10 a.m., to mark the completion of a new 63-by-18-ft. boat shed built by union volunteers over the summer.
The project is the result of a joint effort between the USA’s Work Boots on the Ground volunteer conservation program and the AWCF’s Building Better Communities initiative, which awarded the USA a $25,000 grant to support three 2015 conservation projects that improve public access to water-based recreation activities in Chattanooga, Tennessee; Peoria, Illinois; and Charleston, West Virginia.
“We are thrilled to celebrate the completion of our first joint project with American Water,” said USA CEO and Executive Director Fred Myers. “This is our first charitable foundation grant, and it is instrumental in helping us take our conservation efforts to the next level. I’m certain this partnership will continue to grow and together, we will tackle many more community projects.”
With funding and support from AWCF and its parent company, American Water, the USA …read more