A new documentary effort by MPA breathes new life into a Cardwell family's historic barn.
2017 Year In Review
From advocating at the Capitol to swinging hammers to restore buildings, our program directors give a glimpse of the many historic preservation initiatives and projects completed and underway in 2017. Read more . . .
Sperry Chalet and Club Moderne rise from the ashes because of love and luck.
THREE NEW GRANTS!
Big Boosts for Road Show and Revolving Fund programs
A 3-year grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) will support our Path Less Traveled: Montana Preservation Road Show. And, two grants from the Big Sky Trust Fund and the National Trust for Historic Preservation will help build our revolving fund program. Read more . . .
Saving Treasured Places for 30 Years
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 . . .
MPA Endowment Fund
The MPA Endowment Fund is there for you! Once accumulated, it will provide a stable foundation to sustain our good work for generations to come. Read more . . .