Tell Us: What Place Matters to You?

Posted on: April 8th, 2009 by Sarah Heffern 2 Comments

Sharp-eyed preservationists watching Good Morning, America this past Saturday might have seen something familiar flash by in the "Your Three Words" segment. (Miss it? Go have a look... We'll wait.)

This Place Matters.

Chase Stone Barn, Wisconsin

Chase Stone Barn, Wisconsin

The folks at the Chase Stone Barn in Wisconsin filmed themselves shooting the photo above -- part of our This Place Matters campaign -- and sent it in to GMA for inclusion in the segment.  We're so excited that they got such great national exposure for their beautiful barn!

What place matters to you?

Honor a your special place by sharing your This Place Matters photo with us -- or plant a flag on our map if you're a little camera-shy. If you're like me and can't think of how to pick just one place, there's no need to worry. You can add a photo or flag for all your favorites!

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Sarah Heffern

Sarah Heffern

Sarah Heffern is the social media strategist for the National Trust’s Public Affairs team. While she embraces all things online and pixel-centric, she’s also a hard-core building hugger, having fallen for preservation in a fifth grade “Built Environment” class. Follow her on Twitter at @smheffern.

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2 Responses

  1. kay hable

    April 11, 2009

    I found your article “Preservation Gets Personal” in Country Living magazine and I would like to print the sign … this place matters… we in Corsicana, Texas are planning a fun evening downtown in conjunction with National Preservation Month and would like to use the sign… please email me how to pull it up… thanks…

  2. National Trust for Historic Preservation
    National Trust for Historic Preservation

    April 14, 2009

    you can download the This Place Matters sign at this link:
    http://www.preservationnation.org/take-action/this-place-matters/TPM-NTHP-LOGO.pdf