‘Moose Plate’ grants to help protect cultural resources
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Department of Natural and Cultural Resources is looking for organizations that want to conserve cultural resources with support from the state’s “Moose Plate” grants program.
The department designates a portion of funds from the sale of Moose Plates for the conservation of cultural resources.
The state is accepting letters of intent for its 2019 Conservation License Plate Grant Programs.
Organizations have until May 3 to submit a letter briefly describing the project and confirming the resource is publicly owned. If a project fits program criteria, a full application is due by June 14.
Moose Plates help fund grant programs through the State Library, the State Council on the Arts, and the historical resources division. Applicants may only apply to one grant program in a given year.