Preservation in the News - March 2, 2012
Preservation in the News - Today's Stories
Outlet: Spokesman-Review - Online, The
The show is part of the run up to this fall’s National Trust for Historic Preservation annual national conference in Spokane. As many as 2,500 delegates involved in historic preservation will be at the conference from Oct. 31 through Nov. 3 at the Sp...
Conservation Fund negotiating with Pasch over Revolutionary War prison camp site
Boeckel, Teresa 03/02/12
Outlet: York Daily Record
The National Trust identified it as one of the nation's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places in 2005. Several years ago, the camp was listed in a 114-page report to Congress about the historic preservation of Revolutionary War and War of 1812 sites....
Holly enjoys business boom; ribbon cutting celebrates several new businesses
Chris Laine 03/02/12
Outlet: Oakland Press - Online, The
The county program is a partner with the National Trust’s Main Street Center, a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. In addition to receiving accreditation from the county, Holly’s has also been accredited by the nationally-recogn...
Seven steps to make a community vibrant
Debbie Kulick 03/02/12
Outlet: Pocono Record - Online
The Main Street program was established by the National Main Street Center of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. This program has proven highly successful and has revitalized dozens of communities across the state. It has also helped to bu...
Preserve an old building, live a green life
Outlet: Medill News Service - Online
Contrary to popular perception that green buildings are those newly constructed ones with cutting-edge energy-saving technologies, the Preservation Green Lab of the National Trust for Historic Preservation concludes that the most sustainable building...