2024 Preservation Technology & Training Grants - Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) Number: P24AS00178 - Deadline January 16, 2024

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National Center for Preservation, Technology & Training

NCPTT

National Park Service

U.S. Department of the Interior

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2024 Preservation Technology & Training Grants

Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) Number: P24AS00178

The Preservation Technology and Training (PTT) Grants are administered by the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT), the National Park Service’s innovation center for the preservation community.

 

The 2024 PTT Grants are intended to create better tools, better materials, and better approaches to conserving buildings, landscapes, and cultural resources.

Sleeping Rainbow Ranch Virtual Tour Expansion Team (Phase 2)

Left to Right: Emily Hedrick, Amber Smith-Johnson, Erin and Tyson Omer, Ysabel Berger, Alex Hartvigsen, Derek Balkman, Mason and Dan Ostler, Garrett Jennings, and Michael Hague

The Grants should be seen as pushing the field of preservation forward and any application should be innovative in nature. The Grant’s scope should disseminate to the broadest audience and impact national, regional, and/or local preservation practices.

 

While all innovative applications will be reviewed, NCPTT’s 2024 program prioritizes grant applications with the following themes:

Sleeping Rainbow Ranch Virtual Tour Expansion Team (Phase 2)

Left to Right: Emily Hedrick, Amber Smith-Johnson, Erin and Tyson Omer, Ysabel Berger, Alex Hartvigsen, Derek Balkman, Mason and Dan Ostler, Garrett Jennings, and Michael Hague.

 

 



  • Innovative grant applications related to the utilization of augmented reality and machine learning for innovative approaches within the field of cultural resources are strongly encouraged.
  • Innovative grant applications applying new techniques and technologies to the preservation field from descendant communities and underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged.
  • Innovative grant applications applying new techniques and technologies to the preservation field from descendant communities and underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged.

 

Apply Now

 

Grant Success Stories

Utah Valley student Derek Balkman installing a spark beacon allowing the public to virtually access NPS park media in remote locations which do not have cellular service.

Georgia Tech developing interactive heritage BIM models of structures involved in the civil rights movement.

Keeping History Above Water Charleston Conference image showing a building being raised to combat sea level rise.

Utah Valley student Derek Balkman installing a spark beacon allowing the public to virtually access NPS park media in remote locations which do not have cellular service.

Georgia Tech developing interactive heritage BIM models of structures involved in the civil rights movement.

Keeping History Above Water Charleston Conference image showing a building being raised to combat sea level rise.

 

NCPTT
National Park Service

645 University Parkway

Natchitoches, LA 71457

 

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