The Nebraska Game and Parks Commissioners will consider funding recommendations for the Recreational Trails Grant Program at their Friday meeting in Omaha.

The recommendations are:

» $246,000 for a trail bridge renovation by Lancaster County.

» $239,079 for trail construction by Schuyler.

» $271,514 for trail construction by Fremont.

» $28,000 for purchase of a tractor to perform Cowboy Trail maintenance by Game and Parks.

The meeting begins at 8 a.m. at the Holiday Inn Express, 17677 Wright St.

The commissioners also will consider changes to fisheries regulations and wildlife regulations. Among the other items on the agenda is an update on the status of mountain lions in Nebraska.

Multi-year permits

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is offering three- and five-year hunting, fishing and combination permits.

The discount for three-year permits is 9 to 10 percent and the discount for five-year permits is 19 to 20 percent compared to annual permits. The permits include all necessary state stamps.

The hunting and combination hunting/fishing permits come in two varieties: one includes just a habitat stamp while the other includes habitat and waterfowl stamps. Multi-year permits do not include big game and turkey permits.

Multiyear permits may be purchased at and at Game and Parks permit offices.

Submit calendar items or trophy pictures to or Outdoors Sports, World-Herald Sports Dept., 1314 Douglas St., Suite 700, Omaha, NE 68102. A daytime or cellphone number must be included.

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