To connect the shared
experiences of Americans facing dramatic transformations due to climate change, the
National Trust has partnered with Victoria Herrmann, a National
Geographic Explorer, as she travels around the U.S. and its territories
interviewing communities directly affected by shoreline erosion and
Forum Blog: Loss, Damage, and America’s Eroding Edges
Preservation & Climate Change
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In this webinar, we explored the data available to community development professionals to conduct market research, and highlighted how data can be utilized in the context of larger neighborhood revitalization strategies. View the recording.
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Dry Runs: Local Persepectives
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2016 Modernism in America Awards
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