Preservation in the News - April 26, 2012
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Slave Dwelling Project visits Nacoochee cabin
Outlet: The Times - Online
McGill, who works with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, founded the Slave Dwelling Project to call the nation’s attention to the plight and importance of preserving the vanishing structures that sheltered enslaved people during the anteb...
Rensselaer Falls photographer will display "This Place Matters" campaign at showcase
Amanda Purcell 04/26/12
Outlet: Daily Courier-Observer - Online
Mr. Hartman has taken almost 1,000 photos of buildings and structures in the county since he became a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 2008. "This Place Matters" are three simple words that carry a big message. For thre...
Green Design Trends: Raising The Bar
Stacey Hobart 04/26/12
Outlet: Today's Facility Manager - Online
The concept had been vetted for inclusion into the current IgCC by a broad coalition of organizations representing the design, fm, and building owner communities—BOMA International, The American Institute of Architects (AIA), NBI, and the National Tr...
Wegmans could fill vacant D.C. sites
Paul D. Shinkman and Mark Segraves 04/26/12
Outlet: WTOP-FM - Online
The National Trust for Historic Preservation considers the St. Elizabeth's site home to "the most famous mental hospital in America," according to its website , and "one of the most endangered." Supermarkets and large corporations, and the jobs t...