Eight western Montana projects are among the recipients of a total of $117,000 in grants from the Montana History Foundation.
That total marked the largest amount given away by the foundation since 2012, when it began the grant program for projects and organizations that work to preserve and protect Montana’s history.
Grants ranged from $750 to $5,000 and went to projects in 20 counties across the state. Lake County – where the maximum $5,000 grant went to the Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana for its Jocko Valley Cabin Project in Charlo – was among those receiving first-time grants, along with Big Horn, Carter, Golden Valley and Meagher counties.
For the full story, click on the following link: Missoulian Grants Article