[OR_Archaeology] SHPO Preserving Oregon Grant Cycle earmarked for $250, 000!
susan.white at state.or.us
Fri Jul 24 13:11:38 PDT 2009
Oregon State Historic Preservation Office
Preserving Oregon Grants
2009-2011 Grant Cycle
The Oregon State Historic Preservation Office has earmarked $250,000 of
Lottery Funds for its Preserving Oregon Grant Program for the 2009-11
These funds are to be used for:
· rehabilitation work on properties listed in the National Register of
Historic Places, or
· significant work contributing to identifying, preserving and/or
interpreting archaeological sites.
DEADLINE: Emailed and postmarked no later than October 16, 2009.
FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Grant funds may be awarded for amounts up to
MATCH: Grants must be matched 1:1 by the grantee. Local financial
support allows the program to
assist more projects and fosters local support for preservation. Match
can be in the form of cash, in-kind
donations, and volunteer time.
BUDGET INFORMATION: Bids and estimates strengthen the grant request
PRESERVATION REQUIREMENTS: The application must convey that all work
will be completed using
appropriate preservation practices, for example, the Secretary of the
Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation of Historic Properties, SHPO
regulations for archaeological work, etc.
GRANT REPORTING AND PAYMENT: Awarded projects will be the subjects of
between the State and the applicants. Typically, grant funds are
dispersed on a reimbursable basis. If you are awarded a grant, details
of payment arrangements and grant reporting will be provided at that
DEADLINE: October 16, 2009
AWARD NOTIFICATION: December 1, 2009
FINAL PROJECT, REPORTING AND BILLING DEADLINE: May 1, 2011.
ARCHAEOLOGY GRANTS ELIGIBILITY, PRIORITIES AND CRITERIA:
Priority will be given to field-based research projects concerning the
documentation of archaeological sites, structures, and artifacts,
· conservation and stabilization of specific archaeological sites and
· field or experimental testing of new or developing methods and
materials for identification or conservation;
· development, testing or implementation of heritage management plans;
· programs promoting public awareness of and education about the value
and fragility of cultural resources;
· developing and/or implementing innovative techniques in dating,
monitoring, analysis, remote sensing of and
predicting locations for archeological sites and artifacts;
· conducting surveys and preparing contexts of archaeological sites;
· preparing National Register nominations of archaeological sites.
The review panel will evaluate each project proposal by the following
criteria. The proposed project should:
· provide a significant contribution to the field of archaeology,
· demonstrate a technically sound methodology,
· include a principal investigator who is a professional
· show that it is part of a larger project, or has far reaching results
and uses beyond the submission of the
product to SHPO.
· disseminate project results effectively, and
· be cost effective given the scope of work and the audience.
APPLICATION SUBMISSION: Please fill out form, then print, sign, add
attachments (including the
narrative) and send in the application. When the form and budget are
complete, click the submit by email button. The mailed version is
ASSISTANCE: For help with historic structure projects: Joy Sears,
joy.sears at state.or.us, 503-986-0688;
For help with archaeology projects: Dennis Griffin,
dennis.griffin at state.or.us, 503-986-0674.
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