Three local parks near the North Austin area received grants totaling nearly $25,000 in late February to go toward feasibility studies, seeds and fences.

The grants are part of Austin Park Foundation’s ACL Music Festival Grants Program, which distributes grants to community park improvement projects ranging from $500 to over $5,000.

“Our team is excited to serve the many different facets of Austin’s park-going community—from roller derby athletes to community gardeners—through this year’s grant program,” Austin Parks Foundation CEO Colin Wallis said in a press release.

Bartholomew Roller District Park Derby Track received a $16,000 grant for a feasibility study on the construction of a shade structure for Austin Roller Derby in District 4, according to the press release. Feasibility studies determine whether a project is practical for an area.

District 1 also received a $5,000 grant for North Oaks Neighborhood Park for the construction of a community garden fence, and Georgian Acres Neighborhood Park in District 4 received $3,785 for the purchase of wildflower and native grass seeds, along with additional materials.