Ten Most Endangered Historic Properties Grant Program
The Alaska Association for Historic Preservation has announced the
Ten Most Endangered Historic Properties for 2019.
Properties on the 2019 List are encouraged to apply for a seed money/matching grant under the AAHP Ten Most Endangered Grant Program. Grant recipient(s) for 2019 will be announced at the AAHP Annual Meeting in November.
AAHP has compiled this annual list for almost 30 years (since 1991). The Alaska Association for Historic Preservation (AAHP) reveals its 2019 Ten Most Endangered Historic Properties list. This list is intended to bring public awareness to Alaska’s architectural and cultural treasures that are threatened by destruction or irreversible damage. Heightened awareness often leads to increased support for the conservation of endangered historic properties, which are state assets important to tourism, economic development, and the heritage of Alaska.
The list is the first step to participate in the AAHP Ten Most Endangered Grant Program, which funds hands-on preservation work on endangered properties and serves as seed money to leverage funding from other sources. Properties listed on the 2019 List will be eligible to apply to AAHP for these matching grants, which are made possible through generous donations to the Grant Program from private individuals and organizations which support these preservation efforts.
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Past 10 Most Endangered Historic Properties
AAHP Ten Most Endangered Historic Properties Matching Grants are made possible by generous donations from individuals and organizations throughout the state. Please consider donating to the AAHP Ten Most Grant Program.
Eldred Rock Lighthouse, Lynn Canal
Government Hill Community Center, Anchorage
Stevenson Hall, Sheldon Jackson Campus, Sitka