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The federal government will spend $1 million to help the National Park Service install fencing along the nation’s oldest national park to protect the area’s water supply from wildfires and hurricanes.

The National Park Foundation said Friday that it’s paying $100,000 to a firm to help design the fence.

The park will have the fencing installed on the National Wilderness Preservation System, which is the most protected part of the park system.

The project was requested in February after wildfires raged across the country, destroying more than 300,000 acres.

The parks service has been working with local governments on the project.

“We have a very strong understanding of the dangers posed by wildfires,” Park Service Director Dave Archambault II said in a statement.

The Park Service is seeking bids for the fencing project from firms that are licensed to install and maintain the fence, including the Colorado-based design firm Aecon, which specializes in constructing large and complex structures.”

This project will help ensure our parks continue to be a safe place for visitors and our staff and volunteers.”

The Park Service is seeking bids for the fencing project from firms that are licensed to install and maintain the fence, including the Colorado-based design firm Aecon, which specializes in constructing large and complex structures.