• photo of a replica keelboat with a crew member on the bow at sunset

    Lewis & Clark

    National Historic Trail ID,IL,IA,KS,MO,MT,NE,ND,OR,SD,WA

Applying for Assistance

Applications for technical assistance
Applications for technical assistance should NOT be submitted via the Grants.gov website.

Applicants requesting Trail Partner Support Program assistance without funding need only complete and submit this Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Partner Support Program Technical Assistance without funding Required Elements when Applying for Assistance (click this link to download required application elements).

No other forms are required.

Optional: Up to two attachments of images, such as photos, maps, or drawings, that support the application may be submitted with an application, but are not required. Attachment size is limited. Each attachment cannot be greater than 2 megabytes and the entire application package cannot exceed 8 megabytes.

Applications should be submitted to the Trail Partner Support Program via one of the following methods:

Email: Please see the Required Elements when Applying for Assistance document to get the email address for the Trail Partner Support Program and instructions for submitting by email.

Mail to:
Trail Partner Support Program
Application for Assistance without Funding
Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail
601 Riverfront Drive
Omaha, Nebraska 68102

Fax to: 402-661-1813

Emailed, faxed, and hand-delivered applications must be received by midnight Central Standard Time March 15, 2013. Mailed applications must be postmarked by March 15, 2013 and received at the above Trail Office no later than March 22, 2013.


Late applications will not be considered.

*** For more information about the Trail Partner Support Program or questions about the proposal process, please LECL_PartnerSupport@nps.gov or call 402-661-1820.

Download Full Call Language for FY2013

 

How will the applications be rated? What happens next if the project is awarded? See our Rating and Award page for more information.

Did You Know?

George Rogers Clark

Twenty years before the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Thomas Jefferson hoped to mount the “Clark Expedition.” In 1783, Jefferson asked William Clark’s brother and Revolutionary War hero, George Rogers Clark, to lead a cross country expedition to explore the west. Clark declined the offer.