At the spring 2017 centennial of the American entry into World War I, this major exhibit will explore the tumultuous American scene at a critical moment in history as the nation flexes its muscles internationally and struggles to reconcile conflicting values at home.
Under Minn. Laws 2011, 1st Special Session, Chapter 6, Article 4, Section 2, Subd. 6, the Minnesota Film and TV Board was appropriated $500,000 the first year and $500,000 the second year for grants to Minnesota residents to create film or television productions that promote Minnesota's cultural heritage and for the film production jobs program under Minnesota Statutes, section 116U.26. This appropriation is available until June 30, 2015.
Governor Mark Dayton's landmark buffer initiative was signed into law in 2015. The law establishes new perennial vegetation buffers of up to 50 feet along rivers, streams, and ditches that will help filter out phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediment. The new law provides flexibility and financial support for landowners to install and maintain buffers. For grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts to ensure compliance with riparian buffer or alternate practice requirements for state required buffers and soil erosion law.
Provides grants to Soil and Water Conservation Districts that focuses on increasing capacity to address four resource concern areas: Soil Erosion, Riparian Zone Management, Water Storage and Treatment, and Excess Nutrients.
MNHS Press will publish a book showcasing MNHS' extensive collections of bandolier bags made and worn by several North American Indian tribes around the Great Lakes. The book will include a tour of Minnesota's seven Ojibwe reservations, showing bags associated with each area, and profiles of master beadworkers who provide personal insights into the work.
Included in this line are the direct costs of the Legacy project manager and related expenses, along with a portion of the statewide indirect costs billed by MMB. MNHS has followed the guidance provided by MMB in the calculation of the indirect cost rate, assessing the costs under the formula and calculation of the federal indirect cost rate as approved and audited by our cognizant federal agency, the Department of the Interior. This cost is allocated to the various projects.
To stabilize, repair, and restore log components on the Alex Seitaniemi Housebarn, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, preparatory to implementation of interpretative programming for the public.
Partners: Minnesota Humanities Center, Minnesota Indian Affairs Council
American Indian undergraduate students from across Minnesota participated in a unique summer educational experience. The students selected for this intensive three-week residential program attended classroom presentations and experienced hands-on learning about the museum field and other historical and cultural preservation organizations.
Partner: Minnesota Indian Affairs Council
American Indian undergraduate students from across Minnesota participated in this unique summer educational experience. The students selected for this intensive 17-day residential program attended onsite presentations throughout Minnesota and experienced hands-on learning about the museum and archaeology fields and other historical and cultural preservation organizations.