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Recipient
Minnesota Historical Society
2016 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$25,000
Historic Fort Snelling is an MNHS historic site targeted for revitalization. This revitalization is one of MNHS's current strategic priorities. The Historic Fort Snelling revitalization project completed a master plan in June 2015. The predesign phase kicked off in September 2015 and continues through FY16. The project manager position, which coordinates various MNHS educational programs and building activities, was partially supported with Legacy funds.
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Recipient
Minnesota Historical Society
2017 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$153,529
Historic Fort Snelling is an MNHS historic site and the state's first National Historic Landmark. A major project at the site prioritizes the adaptive reuse of two historic buildings concentrating on opportunities for public use, education, engagement and reflection. This project supports an MNHS strategic priority and speaks to the mission by returning historic facilities to public use while fostering new dialogues. A master plan was done in 2015, and predesign was completed in June 2016.
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Recipient
Minnesota Historical Society
2017 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$390,000
Northern Bedrock Historic Preservation Corps and MNHS began implementing lessons learned from the past two years to increase the viability of a historic preservation activity built on a conservation corps model. The first year focused on building the capacity of the corps through further expansion of service projects, skills training and networks.
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Recipient
Minnesota Historical Society
2016 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$212,500
The Northern Bedrock Historic Preservation Corps and MNHS are refining the lessons learned from the fall 2014 demonstration project to increase the viability of a historic preservation activity built on a conservation corps model. The pilot phase focused on building the capacity of the corps through diversification of revenue and expansion of service projects, skills training, and networks.
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Recipient
Minnesota Historical Society
2016 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$196,503
The Minnesota Main Street program is a proven, comprehensive strategy that helps communities create new jobs and businesses while revitalizing buildings and preserving their historic downtowns. MNHS's Heritage Preservation department works with the partners listed above to implement Minnesota Main Street, which provides the tools, training, information, and networking that communities need to revitalize their business districts. There are currently seven Minnesota Main Street designated communities: Faribault, New Ulm, Owatonna, Red Wing, Shakopee, Willmar, and Winona.
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