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West Virginia Historic Preservation Office accepting applications for preservation grants


CHARLESTON, West Virginia — Applications are being accepted through March for historic preservation development grants in West Virginia.

The grants are available through the State Historic Preservation Office of the West Virginia Division of Culture and History. Eligible projects include restoration, rehabilitation or archaeological development of sites listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

All applications must show evidence of public support and public benefit. Properties owned by church groups or used exclusively for religious purposes are not eligible for funding. Neither are governmental properties that are not accessible to all.

For more information, go to the division's website:

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