The 2013 Conservation License Plate/Moose Plate Grant
round is now open until Friday, April 26, 2013 at 4:00 p.m.
The NH Division of Historical Resources Conservation License Plate Grant Program awards grants through this program for a maximum of $10,000 for the preservation and restoration of publicly owned historic resources. If you have any questions about the Division's Conservation License Plate Grant Program or have a project idea you would like to discuss eligiblity for this program please contact the Grants Coordinator or call 271-3559.
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These are some types of projects that ARE eligible for N.H. Division of Historical Resources' Conservation License Plate Grant funding. NOTE: all funded properties MUST be publicly owned and all projects must demonstrate adherence to the Secretary of the Interior Standards.
- Preservation projects for publicly owned historic buildings, bridges, cemeteries and other historically significant resources that are eligible for or listed to the N.H. State Register of Historic Places or the National Register of Historic Places.
- Conservation, stabilization, and/or preservation of significant publicly owned historic artifacts and archaeological sites.
- Projects organized by municipal organizations or501(C)(3) groups currently registered with the Secretary of State’s Office.
- Projects that do not request more than the $10,000 grant maximum.
These are some types of projects that ARE NOT eligible for N.H. Division of Historical Resources' Conservation License Plate Grant funding:
- Projects for privately owned historic resources.
- Archaeological research.
- Engineering studies or reports.
- Preservation projects that do not demonstrate adherence to the Secretary of the Interior Standards.
- Applications from any organization submitting more than one Conservation License Plate Grant application to the N.H. Division of Historical Resources for a project or projects in a single grant cycle.
- Applications from any organization submitting Conservation License Plate Grant applications to more than one of the Department of Cultural Resources’ divisions for a project or projects in a single grant cycle.
- Work that has been begun or completed, in any part, prior to N.H. Division of Historical Resources Conservation License Plate grant award acceptance by the Governor & Council.
Grant Cover Sheet
Grant Application Form
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