iBerkshires.com reports both the House and Senate have passed a $2.4 billion environmental bond bill that is focused on improving climate change resiliency and adaptation, enhancing environmental and natural resource protection, and investing in parks and recreational assets.

Included in the bill is some $2.3 million toward the development of the Greylock Glen, which envisions an outdoor center, lodge, and campground.

The bill now heads to the governor's desk and awaits his signature.

Gov. Charlie Baker has 10 days to sign the 2018 Environmental Bond Bill into law.

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