(Harrisburg) -- Municipal governments and nonprofits may be eligible for grant funding to help preserve, promote and protect Pennsylvania's historic resources.
Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission spokesman Howard Pollman says applications are now being accepted for the Keystone Historic Preservation Grants.
"There are project grants and construction grants, and they are both available for historic resources in Pennsylvania listed -- or eligible for listing -- in the National Register of Historic Places."
Planning grants range from $5,000 to $25,000. Construction grants range from $5,000 to $50,000. Both require a cash match.
As e-Grants, Pollman says the applications must be completed electronically.
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