Preservation in the News - February 29, 2012
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Historic Cemetery Needs Help
David Chang 02/29/12
Outlet: NBC Philadelphia
The Historical Society has also obtained grants from the New Jersey Historic Trust, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, William Short Fund for New Jersey, and the Camden County Preservation Fund. The money is used to study and restore the c...
Sykesville Awarded Main Street Maryland Designation
Hailey, Caroline 02/29/12
Outlet: Carroll County Times
Ivy Wells, the town’s Main Street manager, also hoped that following the approach, developed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s National Main Street Center, would help the town get designated as a Main Street Maryland Community under t...
Wiedower, Ruskey: New South Heroes
Rex Nelson 02/29/12
Outlet: Rex Nelson's Southern Fried
Wiedower’s Rural Heritage Development Initiative is sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and began to take shape in 2005 with funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. A 2007 story in the Arkansas Times described it this way:...
Wisconsin Township Perserves a Stone Barn
Claire Vath 02/29/12
Outlet: Progressive Farmer - Online
Across the nation's countryside, barns are disappearing at an alarming rate, according to the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Iowa reports about 1,000 barns lost across the state each year. The Chase stone barn was built in 1903 and, Kolkow...