National Park Service Historic Grant Programs
National Park Service grants help protect our nation's significant historic and cultural sites and preserve our diverse cultural heritage. More than $1 billion has been awarded to Federal, State, and local governments, Native American Tribes, nonprofit organizations and educational institutions for preservation projects in all 50 states and the U.S. Territories. These grant programs include:
American Battlefield Protection
Grants to governments, nonprofit organizations, and educational institutions in support of the preservation of America's historic battlefields.
Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Grants to Historically Black Colleges and Universities for preservation work on historic campus buildings.
Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA)
Grants to American Indian tribes, Alaska Native & Native Hawaiian organizations, and museums for projects that implement compliance with NAGPRA.
Preservation Technology and Training
Grants to nonprofit organizations, universities, and federal agencies for historic preservation research, information management, and training projects.
Grants to designated Preserve America Communities to support preservation efforts through heritage tourism, education, and historic preservation planning.
Save America's Treasures
Grants to government agencies and nonprofit organizations for preservation and conservation work on nationally significant artifacts, collections, and historic properties.
Grants to American Indian tribes, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian organizations for cultural and historic preservation projects.
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