HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A new Interior Department report identifies 101 high-priority conservation projects as part of President Barack Obama's America's Great Outdoors Initiative.Thursday's report outlines two projects in each state and one in the District of Columbia in various stages of development. They range from creating an all-season trail system in Alaska's Denali National Park to completing a 32-mile trail through urban areas in central Florida.Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says he doesn't know the projects' total cost. The report says the department won't be able to fund most, "given the fiscal constraints facing the federal government."The initiative is part of the Obama administration's effort to protect public lands. Obama has said the program will encourage more people to enjoy the outdoors and bolster employment in tourism and recreation.