Battlefields and sites of armed conflict are powerful reminders of the shared heritage of all Americans. To learn and heal from the past, the National Park Service’s American Battlefield Protection Program promotes the preservation and interpretation of these important places.

To support community-driven stewardship of historic resources, NPS ABPP administers four grant programs: Preservation Planning, Battlefield Land Acquisition, and the newly authorized Battlefield Restoration and Battlefield Interpretation grant programs. To learn more about the application process and specific eligibility requirements, explore our grants offerings below.

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Battlefield Restoration Grants

50% matching funds to support restoration of American Revolution, War of 1812, and Civil War sites to day-of-battle conditions.

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Join us June 8, 2-3 PM ET

Live webinar on the new Battlefield Restoration Grants! Learn about the grant’s requirements, eligible project activities, and ask questions

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Battlefield Land Acquisition Grants

Grants for permanent battlefield protection. Applications accepted on a rolling basis.

Battlefield Preservation Planning Grants

Battlefield Preservation Planning Grants

Grants for research, planning, interpretation, and more.

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Battlefield Interpretation Grants

Grants to modernize and enhance battlefield education and interpretation through technology

Last updated: May 23, 2022