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National Heritage Areas tell nationally important stories about the people, places,
and events that created our historic, cultural, and naturally significant landscapes.
KMTA promotes local authors, artists, and videographers who help tell this story.
KMTA additionally provides annual grants to authors and artists through our
Publication Grants Program

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2021

JANUARY: Call for Annual Grant Applications Opens:
Programmatic, Community & Publication Grants Available.

JANUARY: Grant Application Info Webinar. 

MARCH: Grant Applications Due 

LATE APRIL: Spring Grants Awarded

EARLY MAY: Grant Recipients Notified

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WATCH THE 2020 WEBINAR

DOWNLOAD 2020 WEBINAR
PRESENTATION SLIDES

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KMTA’s Publication Grant Program award amounts will vary based on the applications submitted.

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KMTA PUBLICATION GRANT APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

KMTA’s Grant Cycle will open again 2021.

PAST KMTA PUBLICATION PROJECTS

HISTORICAL BOOKS

• GOLD RUSH WIFE
The Adventures of Nellie Frost on Turnagain Arm, 1895-1901 as Told to Her Daughter Dorothy Frost By Dorothy Frost Edited by Rolfe G. Buzzell Ph.D

• A HISTORY OF MINING ON THE KENAI PENINSULA, ALASKA
By Mary J. Barry

• MEMORIES OF OLD SUNRISE
Gold Mining on Alaska’s Turnagain Arm: Autobiography of Albert Weldon Morgan Edited by Rolfe G. Buzzell Ph.D

• THE SPACES BETWEEN
Stories from the Kenai Mountains to the Kenai Fjords By Doug Capra

• TRAILS ACROSS TIME
History of an Alaska Mountain Corridor By Kaylene Johnson-Sullivan

CHILDREN’S BOOKS

• HELLO, WATER –
Snowflakes to Glaciers, a Wild Alaska Story By Taylor Hoku Haden, Illustrated by Molly Trainor

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TRAILS

GRANTS

EDUCATION

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