February 7, 2011

Moose Plate Grant Deadline is March 31st

The New Hampshire Department of Cultural Resources has announced that it is accepting applications for its Conservation License Plate Grant Programs—also called “Moose Plate” grants—through March 31, 2011.

"The Moose License Plate Conservation Grant Program is a state of New Hampshire funding source available to non-profit institutions to implement and to conduct preservation and conservation activities on publicly owned paper documents. Funding is made possible through the sale of Moose License Plates. For the purpose of this grant program, “conservation grants” are defined as funds awarded for planning and implementation of projects that cover a variety of elements involved with the preservation, conservation and digital reformatting of materials that are significant to New Hampshire’s cultural heritage and that are normally collected by libraries. Grants are awarded for activities that will enhance access to resources and safeguard rare or endangered treasures."
(from Guidelines & Application Instructions)

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