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Summer Federal Advocacy Update  

Join the National Trust's Government Relations team and historic preservation colleagues for an advocacy update ahead of the fall election season. Learn what you can do now to advance federal preservation policies as the summer offers unique opportunities to engage your members of Congress.

Recording: Historic Preservation Advocacy Requests in 2022

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How To Incorporate Preservation Training into Your Construction Project

The International Masonry Institute (IMI) has a unique training opportunity for the members of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers—the Historic Masonry Preservation Certificate Program.

This webinar delves into the development and practical execution of the program. Roy Ingraffia, IMI's national director of industry development, will discuss the program and how to utilize it for preservation project. Jessica Baumert, executive director of The Woodlands and Claire Donato, senior associate and director of restoration and historic architecture with Mark B. Thompson Associates, will discuss how they coordinated on a restoration project and utilized the Historic Masonry Preservation Certificate Program.

Manuel Seara of Lorton Stone, Inc. will discuss how the Certificate Program has positively impacted business as a masonry contractor and professionally benefited the masons working at Lorton Stone. After presenting, the panelists will be available to discuss the program and functions with webinar attendees.

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Calculating Carbon Savings from Building Reuse and Retrofit
Decisions about whether to reuse, retrofit, or replace older buildings can have a big impact on carbon emissions. But calculating those impacts is difficult without good data. This session will highlight development of an innovative new “carbon calculator” that will allow preservationists, developers, policy makers, and other users to compare the carbon impacts of specific reuse, retrofit, and replacement scenarios. Hear from the developers of the “Carbon Avoided Reuse Estimator” (or C.A.R.E.) tool and learn how it can support efforts to save carbon and historic buildings. Brought to you by the Preservation Priorities Task Force.

Speakers:
Jim Lindberg, National Trust for Historic Preservation
Alison Frazee, Boston Preservation Alliance
Lori Ferriss, Goody Clancy Architects
Larry Strain, Seigel & Strain, Architects

Recording + Upcoming Event

There have always been great women artists—a fact that feminist art historians have continually and consistently reinforced over the past half century. Using this summer’s new “Women’s Work” exhibition at Lyndhurst as a source of inspiration, these two virtual events will delve into the complex history of women’s artistry; the growing recognition of the influence of women artists, feminist artists, and women artists of color on the art world; and the deep connections that exist between the production of art and the places where women created it.

These programs are brought to you by the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Where Women Made History program in conjunction with the “Women’s Work” exhibition at Lyndhurst—a National Trust Historic Site located in Tarrytown, New York.



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America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places 2022

For 35 years, the America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places list has highlighted places under threat across the United States. Placement on the 11 Most list can be a powerful tool for raising the profile of included places, helping them attract attention, funding, and support. The National Trust announced the most recent list on May 4, 2022. In this session, hear directly from advocates for three places included in the 2022 list: Minidoka National Historic Site in Jerome, ID; the Chicano/a/x Murals of Colorado; and Palmer Memorial Institute in Sedalia, North Carolina. Learn about the stories of these places and how inclusion on the 11 Most Endangered list can be part of the solution to help them towards a brighter future.

Webinar Series: Brown v. Board of Education

One of the most significant landmark cases in the history of the United States, the 1954 Supreme Court decision Brown v. Board of Education compiled cases from five communities across the South, East, and Midwest to desegregate American schools. Late last year, the National Trust identified work related to expanding the narrative surrounding Brown v. Board as one of our National Treasures.

As part of the work of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund, we will continue to broaden our understanding of Brown v. Board of Education through a webinar series that will highlight the people, places, and stories from each of the states involved in the landmark case. 

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