Preservation in the News - July 9, 2012
Preservation in the News - Today's Stories
Environmentalists, historians differ on value of 3 historic stone bridges in Yosemite Valley
Outlet: Washington Post - Online
“We’re talking about nationally significant resources in arguably the best-known national park in the world. What happens in Yosemite has echoes throughout the National Park System,” said Anthony Veerkamp of the National Trust for Historic Preservati...
Delivering protection to historic post offices Stately buildings in the center of communities have been listed as 'endangered
Khavkine, Richard 07/09/12
Outlet: Times of Trenton, The
But historic post offices -- architecturally distinct and centrally located within their communities -- are in danger of extinction, according to the National Trust for Historic Preservation, which last month included them on its annual list of 11 en...
Idaho Supreme Court backs Jerome County’s approval of factory farm near historic Minidoka site
Outlet: Idaho Statesman
Preservationists, including Friends of Minidoka and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, appealed that decision in district court. The Friends of Minidoka say they are “deeply disappointed” by the Idaho Supreme Court’s decision filed Frid...