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 . . .
Traveling Art Exhibit Offers Host of New Perspectives
The MPA's Reimagine Montana Traveling Exhibit kicks off a summer-long celebration of heritage at Montana's national parks, monuments, and landmarks, and also commemorates 30 years of MPA's efforts to preserve and protect heritage places all across our state. 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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