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Governor’s Lewis and Clark Trail Committee Grant

Grants to Idaho Nonprofits, Tribes, and Agencies
for Historic Trail Preservation and Education

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Idaho State Historical Society (ISHS) - Governor’s Lewis and Clark Trail Committee

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09/15/21 Postmarked


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Grants to Idaho nonprofit organizations, tribes, and government agencies for projects and programs related to historic trail preservation and education. Funding is intended for story interpretation and dissemination, public education, and other activities that help to preserve the segment of the Lewis and Clark Historic Trail that falls within the boundaries of Idaho. Collaborative efforts, and the assistance of scholars for projects involving interpretation, are highly encouraged.

Governor John Evans initially appointed the Governor’s Lewis and Clark Trail Committee in 1983 to assist state agencies, the legislature, and Idaho communities in better preserving and promoting the portion of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail that lies in Idaho.

Grant funds may be used to interpret the Lewis and Clark story in Idaho, educate the public about the Lewis and Clark Trail, assist in the preservation of the Lewis and Clark Trail in Idaho, or in other ways help to preserve and disseminate the story of Lewis and Clark and their Trail in Idaho.

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GrantWatch ID#: 172875

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Unless the application is from a tribe, city, or county, each application must provide evidence that it has been determined to be a tax-exempt organization by the Internal Revenue Service. A copy of the IRS determination letter will suffice.

Pre-Application Information:

Completed applications must be postmarked no later than September 15, 2021.

Applicants may submit only one application; i.e., no organization will be awarded more than one grant.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to discuss their proposed project with Steve Matz prior to applying for a grant.

Contact Information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

Submit a digital version of the application to:

Steve Matz, Committee President

Submit a physical version of the application to:

Governor’s Lewis and Clark Trail Committee
PO Box 1406
Salmon ID 83467

Questions regarding the grant program or application process can be directed to Steve Matz at the email address listed above.

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USA: Idaho

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