Cyclists ride along the Centennial Trail in September, 2015, near the Nakashima Barn, north of Arlington. The Centennial Trail and the Nakashima Barn have received state grant funding through the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program. (Genna Martin/Herald file photo)

Cyclists ride along the Centennial Trail in September, 2015, near the Nakashima Barn, north of Arlington. The Centennial Trail and the Nakashima Barn have received state grant funding through the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program. (Genna Martin/Herald file photo)

Editorial: Increase state grant funding for parks, wildlands

The state wildlife and recreation program provides vital funding for parks and the environment.

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