The Montana Land Information Act FY2022 Grant Program is now open and accepting applications.
· For more information on the program please visit the MLIA Grant Information web page.
· Grant applications received by the State Library before 11:59 p.m. MST on March 1, 2021, will be considered for evaluation.
· Read the FY2022 Land Information Plan.
The purpose of the MLIA Grant Program is to provide development and maintenance of information and services relating to the GIS and land information. The Montana Land Information Plan establishes the goals and priorities that guide the MLIA Grant Program. State agencies, local governments, and Indian tribal governments are eligible to apply for grant funding. Preference is given to applicants that demonstrate intergovernmental or interagency partnerships in their grant projects. All information or products created or updated through the MLIA Grant Program must be made publicly available.
The Montana State Library and the Montana State GIS Coordinator work to coordinate the development of geographic information system standards for creating land information and the program development of the Montana Spatial Data Infrastructure.
Montana Land Information Act Grant Program
General Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Erin Fashoway, GIS Coordinator – 406-444-9013