Big Boosts for Road Show and Revolving Fund programs
Two new grants for MPA will help sustain two of our most significant programs. A 3-year, $60,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) will support our Path Less Traveled: Montana Preservation Road Show. And, the Montana Business Assistance Connection with a grant from the MT Dept. of Commerce Big Sky Trust Fund will assist MPA in creating a feasibility and implementation plan for our historic building redevelopment (revolving fund) program. Read more . . .
On June 3, the MPA, the Montana History Foundation (MHF), and author Charlotte Caldwell were the recipients of the Vernacular Architecture Forum's Award for Advocacy, honoring 6 years of work to document and preserve Montana's one- and two-room schoolhouses. Read more . . .
MPA is pleased to announce we are part of the Marlow Market development team for the Helena Business Improvement District. Read more . . .
Every year we say thanks to our members, donors, partners, volunteers and interns. Without your help, we wouldn't be here! Read more . . .
From Heritage Areas and hotels, to barns and lookout towers, check out a host of inspiring projects happening across Montana. Read more . . .
The passion to preserve historic buildings and places has been around in Montana a lot longer than 30 years, but throughout 2017, MPA will celebrate our three decades of work to keep heritage buildings and cultural landscapes a strong and tangible part of our everyday lives. We’ve come a long way since 1987. Read more . . .
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