Preservation in the News - February 24, 2012
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Lands: BLM tribal consultation policy aims for smoother energy development
Streater, Scott 02/24/12
Outlet: Land Letter
"In our view this is very significant, it is a huge deal," said Elizabeth Merritt, deputy general counsel for the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Washington, D.C. "It is something we've been pushing for, for years. We're really hoping wha...
the USGBC! A Call to Arms for Preservationists
Nick Gurich 02/24/12
The success of the SPC is as of yet unclear. Barbara A. Campagna (Director of Architecture for the historic sites overseen by the National Trust and the organizer of the SPC) writes in her 2008 article, How Changes to LEED Will Benefit Existing and H...
Council Hopes to Get ON TRAC
Roger Adkins 02/23/12
Outlet: Jackson Newspapers
The goal of the Main Street program, which is operated through the National Trust for Historic Preservation, is to revitalize downtown areas through economic development and community partnership. Mayor Lucy Harbert said a city must be in the ON T...