Preservation Academy Summer Webinar 2: Federal Historic Preservation Grants for Sites Important to the History of African American, Indigenous, and People of Color

Jul 28, 2022

6:00 pm — 8:00 pm

Are you interested in applying for federal or national–level grant programs for the preservation of ​​historic sites important to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color? Join Preservation Virginia, the Virginia Department of Historic Resources, and other experts for a webinar to learn about grant programs, requirements, and keys to successful applications.

Megan Brown, Chief of State, Tribal, Local, Plans & Grants Division and Certified Local Government Program National Coordinator of the National Park Service; and Lawana Holland-Moore, Program Officer for the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund will discuss grants including the National Park Service African American Civil Rights Grants and Underrepresented Communities Grants, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund.

The webinar will also feature preservation architect Joseph (Jody) Dye Lahendro who will dig deeper into the application process by reviewing how to gather a grant writing team tailored to the application requirements; establishing historic significance for your site; and identifying the project scope, phasing, and costs to justify grant requests.

Preservation Virginia members use code PVMEMBER to save on registration.

Scholarship opportunities are available-  email Sonja Ingram at singram@preservationvirginia.org to learn more.

Group ticket options are available as well.

Register Here