Here’s the breakdown for funding to Bay jurisdictions under the different categories of the Conservation and Reinvestment Act:

  • Maryland: Coastal restoration: $15.5 million; Land and Water Conservation Fund: $10.4 million; Wildlife: $5 million; Urban Parks: $2.4 million; Historic Preservation: $2.4 million; Federal and Indian lands restoration: $176,000; Endangered Species: $406,000; Payment in Lieu of Taxes: $560,000.

  • Pennsylvania: Coastal restoration: $6.7 million; Land and Water Conservation Fund: $19.6 million; Wildlife: $13 million; Urban Parks: $5.7 million; Historic Preservation: $2.8 million; Federal and Indian lands restoration: $275,000; Endangered Species: $406,000; Payment in Lieu of Taxes: $1.4 million.

  • Virginia: Coastal restoration: $17 million; Land and Water Conservation Fund: $15.9 million; Wildlife: $7.6 million; Urban Parks, $2.9 million; Historic Preservation: $2 million; Federal and Indian lands restoration: $1.16 million; Endangered Species: $1.3 million; Payment in Lieu of Taxes: $3 million.

  • District of Columbia: Land and Water Conservation Fund: $3.1 million; Wildlife: $1.7 million; Urban Parks: $1.3 million; Historic Preservation: $1 million; Federal and Indian lands restoration: $4,600; Endangered Species: $76,000; Payment in Lieu of Taxes: $5,700.