Where would the Initial funding come from?
The task of creating this center is over 70% paid for. The above outlined steps have considerable monetary value. Land does not need to be purchased. The site does not need landscaping. No roads need construction. There is no need to build new buildings. In the process to preserve Camp Evans will will leverage of the investments of previous owners while preserving New Jerseys electronic history. In addition, helping children to become motivated, learn science, and appreciate the people behind the inventions they enjoy every day. Leverage historic status to compete for state and federal funds Fort Monmouth individually listed the Project Diana site and the Marconi Station Hotel on the state historic register in 1975. Recommendations were made to seek National Register status. Wall Township and Infoage continued the cultural resources work with the preparation of an application to establish a Camp Evans historic district. The State of New Jersey approved the Camp Evans district in May of