Go In-Depth with the Preservation Leadership Forum Blog

Posted on: September 7th, 2012 by Julia Rocchi

Knowledge is power. And in the field of preservation, more knowledge can mean more places saved.

For all our readers who want to deepen their understanding of the latest preservation research, tools, and trends, you  have a terrific new resource at your disposal: the Preservation Leadership Forum Blog.

The Forum Blog is the latest benefit from Preservation Leadership Forum, a network of preservation leaders -- professionals, students, volunteers, activists, experts -- who share the latest ideas, information, and advice, and have access to in-depth materials and training. (Learn about all Forum benefits here.)

Where Preservation Nation goes broad, spotlighting a wide variety of people and places around the U.S., the Forum Blog goes deep with rich, timely content that's "just a little wonky." In its own words:

Our goal is to be your filter -- providing well-researched articles, preservation news and analysis, advocacy information, and links to important stories.  The blog is also a place for you to share your viewpoints and hear from colleagues across the country.   We hope it will spur discussion and inspire solutions to critical preservation challenges.

We encourage you to check it out, comment, and share it as a resource with others doing the good work of preservation.

The National Trust for Historic Preservation works to save America's historic places. Join us today to help protect the places that matter to you.

Julia Rocchi

Julia Rocchi

Julia Rocchi is the associate director for digital content at the National Trust. By day she wrangles content; by night (and weekends), she shops local, travels to story-rich places, and walks around looking up at buildings.

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