Preservation in the News - March 15, 2012
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National Cathedral's Preservation needs top $50M
Brett Zongker 03/15/12
Outlet: U.S. News & World Report
Cathedral officials tell The Associated Press they are partnering with the National Trust for Historic Preservation to boost its national marketing and fundraising efforts, while they also pursue efforts of their own to increase visitor traffic and d...
Dwelling in the past: Man sleeps in slave quarters to help preserve their history
Anne W. Semmes 03/15/12
Outlet: Greenwich Time - Online
So far, he has spent the night in 28 different documented slave quarters in his role as field officer at the Charleston (SC) Office of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Two years ago, McGill founded the Slave Dwelling Project and his miss...
Historic Architecture of Central Colorado
Leslie Walker 03/15/12
Outlet: Colorado Central Magazine
The National Trust for Historic Preservation advocates renovating existing schools or re-using buildings for school use as a sustainable practice. Through the Helping Johnny Walk to School: Sustaining Communities through Smart School Policy Program,...
Cathryn Griffith's Boston in the world of Historic Preservation
Donna Dodson 03/15/12
Historic preservation is defined by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as "the process of identifying, protecting, and enhancing buildings, places, and objects of historical and cultural significance." Increasingly, this process is a dynami...
Endangered Maryland 2012
Jennifer Keats Curtis 03/15/12
Outlet: Maryland Life - Online
While not every nominated site* can be named to the list, all nominees receive feedback about their applications and are offered counseling by Preservation Maryland, the Maryland Historical Trust, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, or hist...