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Grant Schedule
 
New Jersey Historical Commission

Grant Application Deadlines

General Operating Support: Letter of intent March 1, 2007; Application April 1, 2007

Project Grants: September 15, 2007

Minigrants: No deadline; reviewed throughout the year

CAPES (Caucus Archives Project Evaluation Service):  No deadline, reviewed throughout the year

New Jersey Historic Trust

Garden State Historic Preservation Trust Fund

2006 Grant Round
The deadline for applications is closed for this grant round.  Grant awards will be announced following the New Jersey Historic Trust board meeting and Garden State Preservation Trust meeting in the Spring 2007.

2007 Grant Round
The 2007 grant round will accept applications for Historic Site Management Grants.  The schedule for this grant round will be posted at a later date.
Read more about this funding program.

Cultural Trust Capital Preservation Grant Program

The schedule for the next grant round will be posted at a later date.

 

 
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Conferences
 
Save the Date - May 22-23, 2007
Our Towns, Our Lands, Our Heritage: Sustaining New Jersey’s Legacy
2007 Historic Preservation Conference
Drew University, Madison, New Jersey
 
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Educational Opportunities
 
Save the Date - May 1, 2007 – The Benefits of Historic Preservation: A Municipal Official’s Guide to Achieving Success

PNC Arts Center in Holmdel, Monmouth County

The New Jersey Historic Trust will present a four-hour seminar with the support of the New Jersey League of Municipalities. 

Who Should Attend:  Any and all elected and appointed officials and municipal employees responsible for historic preservation -- Mayors, council members, historic preservation commission members, planning, zoning, historic preservation specialists.

The goal of the seminar is to educate decision makers in municipal government about how historic preservation can be a progressive tool for sustaining community and growing economic development and tourism.

Using real-life New Jersey examples, the Historic Trust will introduce participants to the benefits of historic preservation, address concerns related to preservation and private ownership, and provide concrete tools for implementing programs that enhance property values, encourage neighborhood stability and support economic growth through job creation and tourism.

 

For more information:

New Jersey Historic Trust
609 984 0473
www.njht.org
njht@dca.state.nj.us   

 
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