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Education grants fund eligible projects that concern historic preservation such as videos, interpretive signage, brochures, books, websites, walking tours, conferences, field schools, curriculum planning and development, and other programs. Creative ideas for projects are always welcome. Education grants go up to $200,000 per applicant, per grant cycle.
For more information and guidance about acquisition and development projects, please refer to our Grants Application Guide.
Education projects must be directly tied to historic preservation and focus on historic buildings, structures, sites, or districts. Project content must incorporate an understanding of the significance of a historic place as well as preservation efforts at the site, as appropriate. Include information on the historical significance, integrity, and designation of the resource(s).
Curriculum projects must be tied to state and national standards and assessments for the Pk-20 educational communities.
Please read the State Historical Fund Application Guide for tips on how to complete the application form. If you have a slower internet connection, please be patient when filling out the application fields, navigating between application tabs, and uploading documents.
For more information about acquisition and development grants or to get additional reference materials, contact our Outreach Staff at 303-866-2825 or email us at email@example.com.