The Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm (KMTA) National Heritage Area ANNUAL grant cycle opens Monday, January 11. Applications must be submitted by March 12 for review at the April Board meeting. KMTA awards grants to community projects that recognize, preserve, and interpret the historic, scenic, and natural recreational resources and cultural landscapes of the Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm historic transportation corridor. Projects promote and facilitate public enjoyment of these resources. For more information and to apply visit www.kmtacorridor.org/grant-guidelines.
This week's e-Edition
- 49th female US Army Airborne Ranger hails from 49th state
- Chamber announces CARES Act Fund spending program for local businesses
- Fatal accident on Seward Highway
- Council approves Jesse Lee Home rezoning
- Why I love Moose Pass
- The power of a child
- UAF's Seward Marine Center celebrates 50 years
- Council approves raises for city employees
- The importance of University of Alaska-based monitoring of our oceans
- Medical center welcomes new director of Mission Integration
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