Welcome to the home page of the National Association of State Outdoor Recreation Liaison Officers. NASORLO is an organization that represents the states and territories is a liaison to the National Park Service in the administration of the Land and Water Conservation Fund in funding outdoor recreation at the state and local government level.  The LWCF is intended to create and maintain a nationwide legacy of high quality recreation areas and facilities and to stimulate non-federal investments in the protection and maintenance of recreation resources across the United States.

Our Mission: We are the primary advocate for the State Assistance program of the Land and Water Conservation Fund. We do this through providing information, training, collecting data and preparing reports for use by the Department of Interior, Congress, our members, partners and communities who benefit from this program.

Who We Are

An organization of state and territorial officials appointed by our Governors working to provide places for outdoor recreation through investment of proceeds from the Land and Water Conservation Fund in state and local projects. For more information, take a look at our history.

What We Do

We are the state and territorial advocates for the State Assistance Program of the LWCF.  We provide assistance, collect and distribute information and work with our partners, elected officials and local communities to be dedicated stewards of this program.

What Makes Us Unique

NASORLO has as it’s single and only mission to be advocates for the continuation of, and equitable funding for, the State Assistance Program of the LWCF.  We facilitate partnerships and support coalition building towards this end with other groups who have an interest in, or benefit from, this program.

News & Events

Most recent information regarding news, upcoming events & conferences

Administration Budget targets LWCF, State Grants and GOMESA

The Trump administration would scale back significantly on new…

New Economic Impacts of Outdoor Recreation by state released

Follow the link to the new economic impact data released by the…

Breaking News - 3-27-17 House Members Support Significant LWCF Funding

More than 200 House Democrats and Republicans are urging "robust"…

New Senate LWCF legislation introduced!!

WASHINGTON, DC – A bipartisan group of 22 Senators, led by…

Thoughts & Comments

The Land and Water Conservation Fund has improved the nation’s recreational assets and quality of life immeasurably over the last 52 years. This unique partnership between the states, federal, and local governments has built playgrounds, ball fields, trails, swimming pools and park systems that provide our citizens with close to home recreation. Not only are these community assets, they also contribute to our economy with $140 billion in economic activity and almost 1 million jobs. In the coming year, we know that we need to modernize and improve upon this legacy of success. We will need to work closely with Congress and the public to re-authorize the program, to assure fair and equitable funding for stateside assistance and to improve implementation in partnership with the National Park Service. Thank you to all of those who work on the state level to improve outdoor recreation and connect with communities across the country.

Lauren Imgrund, President

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