Main Street Tourism Outdoor Recreation Grant

The North Dakota Department of Commerce 2022 Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Main Street Grant is meant to support new or expanding businesses that provide new outdoor recreation opportunities, improved visitor experiences, and with an emphasis on attracting visitors and visitor dollars to North Dakota communities. The 2022 Main Street Outdoor Recreation Grant is a 2:1 matching grant program and all grant payments are made to reimburse expenses.

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$1 - $20,000

Resource Provider

North Dakota Department of Commerce

Lead agency charged with growing our state and improving the quality of life for our people.
Resource Type
Equipment, Leasehold Improvements, Real Estate, Renovation to Real Estate, Startup
Communities, Food Service, Hospitality, Nonprofit, Retail, Tourism, Transportation
Business Stage
Existing Business, New Business
September, 8 2022
Mike Jensen
(701) 328-2509

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