To be become a more effective fundraising organization capable of securing on-going revenue for operations as well as conducting major capital campaigns to open Marsh Creek State Park to Californians, John Marsh Historical Trust was awarded a grant for board training in business plan development, board recruitment, fundraising and donor relation training.

"This support from the CSPF's Park Enrichment Grant program will help the John Marsh Historic Trust learn how to effectively raise money, and the Technical Assistance Center (TAC) will provide the exerts. That lets us focus more on providing hikes, artists days and elementary school field trips and other limited access to the yet-to open park. CSPF is a great partner in our effort to save the John Marsh Stone House and open the Marsh Creek State Park."
- Rick Lemyre, John Marsh Historical Trust Executive Director

California State Parks Foundation

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