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An Evolving Approach to Social Media: Measuring the Success of Your Social Media Outreach

The Forum Blog has been publishing a series about social media in preservation that addresses community management, storytelling, advocacy, and more. Have questions? Reach out on Forum Connect ! Also, keep an eye out for our sessions at PastForward 2017 ! As the posts in this...

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Equity in Historic Preservation Planning in Baltimore

By Lauren Schiszik Once a center of transportation and industry, Baltimore today is transforming into a center for technology, innovation, and life sciences. After reaching a peak population of almost 1 million in 1950, the city saw a sharp decline in the second half of the 20th century with...

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The Heritage Film Set: A UK Perspective on Caring for Historic Filming Locations

By Clare Flynn Hogwarts, Winterfell, Downton Abbey, the First Jedi Temple—the images that spring to mind when one considers many of the iconic settings from recent films and television series are not of fictional or imaginary places, but rather of the real-life heritage sites that...

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Forum Webinar: The Atlas of ReUrbanism

By Mike Powe , Margaret O’Neal , Reina Murray, and Carson Hartmann On Thursday, February 9, as part of Preservation Leadership Forum’s webinar series, the National Trust’s Preservation Green Lab hosted a webinar about the Atlas of ReUrbanism —what it is, how it can be...

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Shifting the Paradigm from Demolition to Reuse: New Tools

By Will Cook and Tom Mayes What would be the biggest potential game-changer for the future of historic preservation? From our perspective, it would be to shift the paradigm from a default assumption of demolition to one of building reuse. This topic was discussed at “Old Buildings,...

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Atlas of ReUrbanism: Buildings and Blocks in American Cities (February 2, 2017 | Forum Webinar)

Leveraging previous research about the benefits that older, smaller buildings bring to cities, the Atlas of ReUrbanism is a new tool to help urban leaders and advocates understand the way their cities function and build the more resilient, sustainable cities of the future. ​​ ...


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Threatened Treasures: Creating Lists of Endangered Sites (2001)

Ideas for bringing attention to endangered sites through a publicized list of threatened historic resources. #11Most #PreservationTools

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The National Forest System: Cultural Resources at Risk (2008)

The National Forest System: Cultural Resources at Risk was prepared by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and T. Destry Jarvis, former Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary of the Interior and currently President of Outdoor Recreation and Park Services, LLC. It urges the Forest...

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