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Resources

Learn more about funding, grants, historic tax credits, and more. 

Funding & Grants

Generating funds for your preservation project can often be the most daunting step in achieving your goal of a restored building. The Montana Preservation Alliance staff has compiled the following list of funding options and grants to get you started. We also offer grant writing assistance for some projects and would be happy to have a discussion with you about which grants the best suit the needs of your project.

Historic Tax Credits

Historic tax credits are a wonderful resource available to private owners who are looking to restore and revitalize their homestead, barn, cabin, or ranch. The resource below explains what historic tax credits are and how they can be utilized for various preservation efforts.

Restoration Kits

Homeowners, property managers, and enthusiasts now have the ability to save history on their own time while learning valuable new skills. As Montanans realize that restoration is a powerful and fun option for people of all skill levels, historic places will gain new supporters and have a better chance of maintaining the incredible character that has made them uniquely identifiable for decades.

Funding & Grants

Generating funds for your preservation project can often be the most daunting step in achieving your goal of a restored building. The Montana Preservation Alliance staff has compiled the following list of funding options and grants to get you started. We also offer grant writing assistance for some projects and would be happy to have a discussion with you about which grants the best suit the needs of your project.

Wildland Fire Guidelines

Each year, our world is increasingly altered by global warming, human interaction, and the effects of long-standing wildland fire control practices. These guidelines are written for stewards of historic properties, wildland fire managers, and stakeholders who are invested in protecting historic resources from the threat of wildland fires.

Restoration Kits

Homeowners, property managers, and enthusiasts now have the ability to save history on their own time while learning valuable new skills. As Montanans realize that restoration is a powerful and fun option for people of all skill levels, historic places will gain new supporters and have a better chance of maintaining the incredible character that has made them uniquely identifiable for decades.