Getting the word out on TV and in newspapers can be critical to the success of a preservation project -- but it can be no small task to get the media to notice your work, especially if you're an individual or small group, rather than an organization with a trained public relations staff. Fortunately, we can help, with three toolkits designed to get you on the fast track to outreach success.... Read More →
Written by Andy Grabel, Manager, Public Affairs
From historic power plants to breweries to schoolhouses, the adaptive reuse potential of old buildings is seemingly limitless. Today’s toolkit features tips to help you promote reuse in your own community as well as several examples of successful reuse projects.... Read More →
This week’s round-up of toolkits brings you tips, style guides, and helpful checklists to help you navigate through your search for your historic dream house. While many steps are the same for both historic and more modern homes, buying a historic house often adds a few special elements and considerations to the process. After all, one of the reasons we love historic houses is for their distinct charm and unique characteristics!... Read More →
With more than a year's worth of toolkits under our belts, we thought it was time to bring back some of the old favorites in case you missed them, lost them, or just wanted to refresh your memory.
This week's edition focuses on all the tips and techniques for getting started in preservation -- from basic definitions to recommended reading to getting your family and community excited about saving places. Let's jump in!... Read More →
In honor of our country’s recent 50th anniversary of the March on Washington -- and in light of this week’s Congressional Black Caucus annual conference with its exciting focus on the many ways preservation can benefit African-American communities -- today’s toolkit features tips and case studies to help you save sites of African-American heritage in your community.... Read More →