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American Planning Association: Policy Guides & Frameworks

The American Planning Association's (APA) policy guides represent the collective thinking of our members on positions of both principle and practice. They represent APA's official position on issues central to building communities of lasting value. Topics include: Climate Change, Energy, Hazard Mitigation, Sustainability, Housing, and more.


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Geography:United States
Resource Type:information source
Subtopic:planning, aging & elderly, homeless, development & smart growth, heritage & historic preservation, housing & real estate, infrastructure & communications, land use & zoning, redevelopment & revitalization, community & public health, disaster preparedness & emergency response, health & health care, agriculture & food systems, transportation, Land Use Planning & Housing, Special Populations, Local Government & Services, Recreation & Health, Issues & Opportunities,
Tags:aging, aging in place, planning, clean energy, climate change, environmental quality, food systems, energy efficiency, energy, waste management, housing, hazard mitigation, health, historic preservation, homelessness, redevelopment, security, smart growth, development, transportation, water
Telephone:202-872-0611
Link:webpage

Butte Citizens for Preservation & Revitalization (Butte CPR)

Butte CPR provides grants to improve buildings, educational tours, lectures, preservation workshops, and other events, liaison with local government, business, and civic organizations, and the labor to restore, renovate and salvage historical buildings in the nation's largest National Historic Landmark District.


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Geography:Montana
Resource Type:funding resource, organization
Subtopic:rural community issues & solutions, heritage & historic preservation, redevelopment & revitalization, funding & financing, Community Building, Land Use Planning & Housing, Issues & Opportunities,
Tags:funding, local government, historic preservation, community revitalization, redevelopment
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Link:webpage

Jerry Metcalf Foundation (JMF)

The Jerry Metcalf Foundation is a private, non-profit organization that has been supporting progressive work in Montana with small grant awards for non-profit projects. Funding is provided for projects involving visual, performing, and literary arts, historical research and preservation, environmental research and conservation, and education and community health.


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Geography:Montana
Resource Type:funding resource, organization
Subtopic:community & capacity development, philanthropy, rural community issues & solutions, urban issues & solutions, heritage & historic preservation, community & public health, health services, health & health care, arts & culture, conservation & environment, environmental health & quality, Issues & Opportunities, Recreation & Health, Local Government & Services, Land Use Planning & Housing, Community Building,
Tags:grants, funding, arts and culture, environmental quality, health, education, conservation, historic preservation
Telephone:406-461-8708
Link:webpage

J.M. Kaplan Fund

The J.M. Kaplan Fund, a New York City based family foundation, champions inventive giving that supports transformative social, environmental, and cultural causes.The fund is active across the United States and beyond, operating grant programs focusing on the environment, heritage conservation, migration, and New York City.


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Geography:United States
Resource Type:funding resource
Subtopic:environmental health & quality, heritage & historic preservation, Issues & Opportunities, Land Use Planning & Housing,
Tags:conservation, environmental quality, historic preservation, heritage, grants, funding
Telephone:212-767-0630
Link:webpage

Montana Community Preservation and Certified Local Government Program (CLG Program)

The CLG program, is based upon an appreciation of the community's historic patterns, architectural styles, influential architects and builders, significant people and events, and historic and prehistoric archeology.The CLG program certifies local governments with historic preservation programs, provide technical preservation assistance, and annually dedicate 10% of its federal funding to cities, towns, and counties that commit themselves to preserving their heritage under the program. Each receives $1,000 to $5,000, depending on their level of activity and the federal allocation, to spend in ways that best assist their community's local preservation needs.


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Geography:Montana
Resource Type:information source, funding resource, technical assistance
Subtopic:heritage & historic preservation, funding & financing, local government, Local Government & Services, Issues & Opportunities, Land Use Planning & Housing,
Tags:historic preservation, funding, grants, local government, technical assistance
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Link:webpage

Montana Department of Transportation: Community Transportation EnhancementProgram (CTEP)

The Community Transportation Enhancement Program (CTEP) is a Montana program that funds transportation related projects designed to strengthen the cultural, aesthetic, and environmental aspects of Montana's intermodal transportation system. Assistance and financial support is availabe for projects concerning pedestrian and bike trails, scenic easements, historic and archaeological sites, historic highway programs, and landscaping and community beautification projects.


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Geography:Montana
Resource Type:funding resource, technical assistance
Subtopic:access & mobility, transportation, local government, infrastructure & communications, active transportation & recreation, funding & financing, transportation, planning, Land Use Planning & Housing, Issues & Opportunities, Recreation & Health, Local Government & Services, Special Populations,
Tags:transportation, funding, bicycle infrastructure, bicycle transportation, trail, transit, walking, transportation master plan, transportation planning, community design, historic preservation
Telephone:
Link:webpage

Montana Historical Society, State Historic Preservation Office

The Montana Historical Society, State Historic Preservation Office offers subgrants as available to Montana communities to support preservation efforts in accordance with federal grant programs.


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Geography:Montana
Resource Type:funding resource, information source, technical assistance
Subtopic:heritage & historic preservation, funding & financing, local government, Land Use Planning & Housing, Issues & Opportunities, Local Government & Services,
Tags:historic preservation, funding, grants, local government, technical assistance
Telephone:
Link:webpage

Montana History Foundation

The Montana History Foundation offers grants of $500 to $5,000 to preserve and protect the historic legacy of communities across the state of Montana.


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Geography:Montana
Resource Type:funding resource, organization
Subtopic:heritage & historic preservation, funding & financing, Land Use Planning & Housing, Issues & Opportunities,
Tags:historic preservation, funding, grants
Telephone:406-449-3770
Link:webpage

Montana Tourism and Business Development Grant Program

The Tourism Grant program awards funds to projects that strengthen Montana's economy through the development and enhancement of the state's tourism and recreation industry. Funds will be awarded to tourism and recreation projects that fall within the following general categories: arts / culture / heritage preservatio; visitor facility upgrades and construction niche product development.


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Geography:Montana
Resource Type:funding resource
Subtopic:economic development, community & capacity development, funding & financing, recreation, tourism, arts & culture, Issues & Opportunities, Recreation & Health, Community Building, Business & Economy,
Tags:tourism, outdoor recreation, grants, funding, arts and culture, historic preservation, heritage tourism, economic development
Telephone:406-841-2870
Link:webpage

Steele-Reese Foundation

The Steele-Reese Foundation is a charitable trust committed to supporting rural communities and the nonprofit organizations that serve them in Idaho, Montana, and Appalachian Kentucky. The Foundation supports nonprofit organizations working in the areas of rural education; health; human/social services; the arts and humanities; and land, water, and wildlife conservation and historic preservation.


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Geography:Idaho, Montana, Kentucky
Resource Type:funding resource, organization
Subtopic:rural community issues & solutions, health & health care, education & schools, social services & programs, health services, conservation & environment, environmental health & quality, funding & financing, Issues & Opportunities, Local Government & Services, Recreation & Health, Community Building,
Tags:education, health, social services, arts and culture, conservation, historic preservation, grants, funding, environmental quality
Telephone:406-207-7984
Link:webpage