Around the Map
In the latest issue of Preservation, we took a look at all the different spots around the United States where the National Trust is working to save places. Read more about these unique places and programs here.
- Work is ongoing at sites the Trust has recently named National Treasures. Learn more about all National Treasures.
- The Rosenwald School Building Program was integral to education for African-Americans throughout the 20th century. Learn more about Rosenwald Schools.
- National Trust Historic Sites across the country this year are engaged in preservation projects as part of a critical priorities initiative. Learn more about all National Trust Historic Sites.
- The Trust always has something new going on. Learn more about General Trust News.
- Historic Hotels of America preserves the authenticity of America’s most prominent lodging addresses. Learn more about all Historic Hotels of America.
- The Main Street movement transformed the way communities think about the revitalization and management of their downtowns and neighborhood commercial districts. Learn more about the National Main Street Center.
- Historic preservation is an important component of any effort to build sustainable communities. Learn more about our Sustainability program.
- The National Trust released its 25th annual "11 Most" list in June 2012. Learn more about America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places.
- The National Trust is active in preserving and protecting important places from the Civil War. Learn more about our Civil War Sites.
- The federal historic tax credit (HTC) has created 2.2 million jobs and attracted $100 billion in private investment around the country. Learn more about Historic Tax Credit Projects.
Want to check out all the places where the National Trust is at work? Browse our full interactive map.