[Heritage] Applications Now Available for Four Grant Programs
heritage.info at state.or.us
Wed Jul 13 07:56:28 PDT 2011
Heritage Programs, a division of Oregon Parks and Recreation, is now
accepting applications for four grant programs to help preserve and
develop Oregon’s pre-historic, historic and heritage resources.
Apply now for:
Historic Cemetery Grants - These grants support restoration,
preservation, protection, security, education, training, research and
interpretation of cemeteries established before 1910. Eligible projects
may include, but aren’t limited to: security needs, training,
conservation of historic elements such as curbs, markers, etc.,
documentation and mapping, signage, landscape restoration and planning.
Oregon Heritage Grants - These matching grants to non-profit
organizations, federally recognized tribal governments and local
governments support projects that conserve, develop or interpret
Museum Grants - These support Oregon museums in projects for the
collection and management of heritage collections, for heritage-related
tourism, and heritage education and interpretations. It is the state’s
oldest cultural grant program.
Preserving Oregon Grants - These matching grants enable rehabilitation
and preservation of resources listed in the National Register of
Historic Places or identification, preservation and/or interpretation of
significant archaeological sites.
For complete information and applications about the above grant
programs, visit www.oregonheritage.org and click on “grants.” For
additional information, contact Kuri Gill at 503-986-0685 or
kuri.gill at state.or.us .
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