Architect John M. “Mac” McCall’s support letter for the Troupville River Camp includes an offer of in-kind services. That will help bring down the cash match for the grant application.
Other organizations can still send in a letter until the end of this month.
Please accept this letter as my indication of support for the WWALS Watershed Coalition’s Application for grant assistance regarding the Troupeville River Camp project.
As a property owner of separate properties in Valdosta, Lowndes County, and on the banks of the Suwannee River in Florida, | fully support the mission of the WWALS Watershed Coalition and the work they are doing for the rivers. The impact their work will have to help monitor and keep clean these watersheds will have great impact for generations to come. The funding provided by this grant will only serve to add to their ability to do this work and to help citizens learn about and experience these rivers that are the natural assets of the State of Georgia.
As a Principal of McCall Architecture, I am glad to offer my firm’s in-kind architectural services to the project to assist in any planning or architectural design needed.
Thank you for your consideration of this Application. Please let me know if any additional support or documentation would be helpful.
This offer of in-kind architectural services adds to the in-kind services already provided by ASA Engineering in preparing the Concept Plan.
Here is an illustrated summary of the WWALS pre-application to the Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Program (GOSP).
Here is a collection of support letters and other information about the Troupville River Camp project:
If your organisation would also like to send in a support letter, please send it before the end of this month for it to help with the pre-application.
-jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®
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