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Free Webinar on Silos & Smokestacks’ General Grant Application

Northeast Iowa –Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area (SSNHA) will be hosting the webinar “Silos & Smokestacks General Grant Application” on Wednesday, March 4 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. CST, as part of a series of Winter Webinars. Thinking about submitting a Silos & Smokestacks’ General Grant application this year? Join us to determine if your project is a good fit for the General Grant. Candy Streed, Program & Partnership Director at SSNHA will lead this webinar, and cover how to setup your online application (so you can save and return to it later), review the grant criteria and funding priorities, and how to upload attachments to your application. Grab some hot cocoa, pull up a seat in front of your computer and avoid the cold during this webinar or any of the others in this series.

There is no cost for this webinar, but registration is required. “Silos & Smokestacks General Grant Application” is the final webinar in the series. To view archived versions of the previous webinars or to register, visit www.silosandsmokestacks.org/partner.

The SSNHA Grant Program helps fund agricultural related interpretive projects in the Heritage Area, such as: exhibit development, educational programs, interpretive signage, and marketing and event programming. Proposed projects must demonstrate how they interpret America’s agricultural stories. Eligible applicants include nonprofit organizations, local/regional governments, or federally recognized Indian tribes with projects located within the Heritage Area. Projects funded through SSNHA Grant Programs must provide a 1-1 non-federal match to the grant award. Grant awards range from $1,000 to $10,000.

SSNHA is one of 49 federally designated heritage areas in the nation and is Affiliated Area of the National Park Service. The Heritage Area covers 37 counties in the northeast quadrant of Iowa. Interstate 80 borders it on the south and Interstate 35 borders it on the west. Through a network of sites, programs and events, SSNHA interprets farm life, agribusiness, and rural communities—past and present.

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