New Jersey Historic Trust

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The New Jersey Historic Trust was created by the State of New Jersey in 1967 to preserve New Jersey's historic resources.[1] The Historic Trust's executive director is Dorothy P. Guzzo.[2]

New Jersey Historic Trust
Seal of New Jersey.svg
Seal, State of New Jersey
Agency overview
FormedJune 30, 1999 (1999-06-30)
TypeHistoric preservation
JurisdictionState of New Jersey
HeadquartersTrenton, New Jersey
Annual budget$8.2 million
Agency executives
  • Dorothy P. Guzzo, Executive Director
  • Elan Zingman-Leith, Board Chair
Parent departmentDepartment of Community Affairs
Key document
Websitewww.njht.org

Funding programs available through the New Jersey Historic Trust are

  • The Garden State Historic Preservation Trust Fund, which provides matching grants for planning and capital projects related to the repair, restoration and rehabilitation of historic properties.
  • The Revolving Loan Fund offers low-interest, long-term financing for the repair, restoration and rehabilitation or purchase of historic properties.
  • The Emergency Grant and Loan Fund offers grants and loans, usually small in size, for emergency work on endangered historic properties
  • The Cultural Trust Capital Preservation Grant Program provides grants to historic and humanities-oriented organizations for the repair, restoration and rehabilitation of historic properties they own.

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  1. ^ "New Jersey Historic Trust". New Jersey Historic Trust. Retrieved 2008-10-16. The Mission of the Trust is to advance historic preservation in New Jersey for the benefit of future generations through education, stewardship and financial investment programs that save our heritage and strengthen our communities.
  2. ^ "Barbara Haney Irvine". Women's History Month. National Women's History Project. Retrieved 14 Aug 2011.