Heritage Preservation Partnership Program

This program provides financial assistance to individuals and organizations for initiatives that preserve and interpret Alberta's heritage through conservation, heritage awareness, publications, research grants, and scholarships.

Application deadlines are February 1 and September 1 for conservation, heritage awareness, publications and research grants. Application deadlines are February 1 and October 1 for scholarships.

Print the Heritage Preservation Partnership Program Guidelines for complete information on grant categories and the policies and procedures.

Click below for description and application forms for each category.

Historic Resource Conservation

This category funds conservation of Alberta's historic places and architectural/engineering services, studies, reports and plans ... more

Transportation/ Industrial Artifact Conservation

This category assists with the preservation or restoration of transportation and industrial artifacts that have a distinctive and significant connection to Alberta's history ... more

Heritage Awareness

This category supports tangible initiatives that promote awareness of Alberta's history and those that have a lasting impact ... more


This category supports initiatives to document Alberta's history by assisting with the publishing costs of books, brochures, pamphlets and other printed documents
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This category supports research that will produce new understanding or add to the knowledge base of Alberta's history ... more

Roger Soderstrom Scholarship

This scholarship assists student research at the graduate or extended study program level in the fields of architectural preservation, urban or area planning and conservation, historic resource management, archaeology, history or palaeontology ... more

Bob Etherington Heritage Trades Scholarship

This scholarship aims to develop the heritage trades in Alberta by providing financial support to tradespersons attending training in heritage conservation work ... more

For further information, please contact the Program Coordinator, Alberta Historical Resources Foundation, (780) 431 2305 (toll-free by first dialing 310-0000).

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Last reviewed/revised: January 2, 2014