Preservation in the news - July 6, 2012
Preservation in the News - Today's Stories
Outlet: Associated Press
Zuni Pueblo is set to make history by becoming the nation's first American Indian Main Street Project from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Economic Development Secretary Jon Barela is scheduled Thursday to join the Pueblo of Zuni Gov...
Herkimer Revitalization Group Hopes to be a Non Profit Soon
Amanda Fries 07/06/12
The Herkimer Now Main Street Revitalization Committee hopes to establish itself as a nonprofit organization by the end of the year. About four months after Teresa Lynch, senior program officer for the National Trust for Historic Preservation's Mai...
Historic Rosenwald School a Dayton Museum
stephen thomas 07/06/12
Outlet: Your Houston News
Presented by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the conference marked 100 years since the partnership was born that started a movement which propelled generations. A white picket fence surrounds the front yard of a brick building nestle...
Landmark Settlement Requires Feds to Revisit Plan for Coal-friendly Energy Corridors Across West
“We are delighted with this win-win outcome,” said Elizabeth Merritt of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. “We support the concept of steering pipelines and power lines toward certain corridors, but not at the expense of our culturally and...