National Park Service: Historic Preservation Fund Grants-in-Aid – Tribal Historic Preservation Offices
The Tribal Historic Preservation Offices program supports the operation of Tribal Historic Preservation Offices. The program provides grants to tribes for the identification, evaluation, and protection of historic properties by such means as compliance and review, survey, planning technical assistance, development, and federal tax incentives that are available for historic properties; and to expand the National Register of Historic Places and to assist tribal communities in carrying out historic preservation activities.
Amount: A total of $4,015,200 is available to award 175 grants that are $24,944 each.
Eligibility: Tribal governments with signed Memorandum of Agreements with the National Park Service to assume the duties of the State Historic Preservation Office on tribal lands, as defined in the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966.
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