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Home News ACHP Unveils New Guide to Historic Preservation Funding
ACHP Unveils New Guide to Historic Preservation Funding
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation has created a new online guide that outlines the range of historic preservation funding options that are currently available.
Geared toward the preservation community and the general public, "Sources of Financial Assistance for Historic Preservation Projects," available at www.achp.gov/funding.html, emphasizes Federal funding while also touching upon State, tribal, local, and non-profit funding opportunities.
Topics in the guide include Federal funds for the National Historic Preservation Program; Federal financial assistance for historic preservation; other Federal financial assistance; Federal tax incentives; State grants, loans, and tax incentives; tribal project grants; and sources for local and non-profit programs.
The guide provides information on specific grants offered through programs such as Save America's Treasures, National Scenic Byways, the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, the American Battlefield Protection Program, and the Historic Barn Preservation Program. Details on sources of funding that can support preservation through other Federal programs will continue to be added to the guide.
In addition, visitors will find links to the Web sites of the various funding programs outlined in the guide.
Posted July 16, 2002