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KMTA awards grants to community projects that recognize, preserve, and interpret the historic, scenic, and natural recreational resources and cultural landscapes of the Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm historic transportation corridor. Projects promote and facilitate public enjoyment of these resources. KMTA seeks to equitably fund diverse activities geographically distributed throughout the communities and transportation corridor of the Heritage Area.

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2020

JANUARY 6th: Grant Period Opens: Call for Applications
for Annual Programmatic & Community Grant Programs

FEBRUARY: Grant Application Info Webinar. Exact Date TBD.

MARCH 6th: Grant Applications Due

LATE APRIL: Spring Grants Awarded

MAY 1st: Grant Recipients Notified

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WANT TO APPLY?
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*Please note, contrary to the webinar information, indirect costs are now considered eligible expenses. If your organization has an approved federal indirect rate you may include this in your grant application, otherwise the 10% de minimus rate applies.

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Historical societies, museums, and youth education groups within the Heritage Area
are eligible to apply for $3,000 annual programmatic funding under a three-year agreement.
To apply, complete the community grant application below & check the box specifying a programmatic grant application.

Once awarded, the three-year agreement is dependent on the grantee’s timely submission
of completed annual reports and informal check-ins throughout the year.
An award letter approving renewal of annual funds will be issued each year.
Annual renewal of the grant is subject to availability of National Park Service funding.

KMTA’s grant program is competitive, and applicants may request small, mid, or large-cap funding within the award categories listed below. The number of grants awarded per category varies and is dependent on applications received. You may request less than the cap amount. First-time applicants may request between $300 – $10,000.

For information or to apply for a KMTA Publication Grant please click here.

LARGE CAP

Up to $24,500
(only available for grant recipients
with an established history with KMTA)

MID-CAP:

Up to $10,000

SMALL-CAP:

Up to $5,000

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for School Field Trips and Training Scholarships
are available on a rolling basis.

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KMTA GRANT APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

KMTA’s grant cycle is currently closed. It will re-open in January 2020.
New application materials will be available at that time.





Grant applications can be emailed to katherineschake@kmtacorridor.org

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