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[Slide Deck] Federal Policy Response to the Coronavirus and Implications for Preservation Field

In response to challenges posed by the coronavirus, Congress has passed three funding packages and is likely to work on more in the coming weeks and months. In this first webinar , the Government Relations team at the National Trust for Historic Preservation and others will pars out what these...

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Federal Policy Response to the Coronavirus and Implications for Preservation Field

In response to challenges posed by the coronavirus, Congress has passed three funding packages and is likely to work on more in the coming weeks and months. In this first webinar, the Government Relations team at the National Trust for Historic Preservation and others will pars out what these...


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On the Hill: Summary of Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act)

Editor's Note: As the preservation community grapples with the changes to how we do our work during this time, we at Preservation Leadership Forum are here to support you. Check out our resources , and share your problems and questions with others in the preservationists community on Forum...

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On The Hill: The Coronavirus Federal Legislation and Advocacy

Editor's Note: As the preservation community grapples with the changes to how we do our work during this time, we at Preservation Leadership Forum here to support you. Check out our resources , and share your problems and questions with others in the preservationists community on Forum...

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On the Hill: Historic Parks and Public Lands Bill Emerges in the Senate

By: Pam Bowman, Janelle DiLuccia, and Christine Grubbs Editor's Note: The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) unanimously passed a resolution in support of the Great American Outdoors Act on Friday, March 13. ACHP Chairman Aimee Jorjani said, “The ACHP applauds the support of...

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The Great American Outdoors Act (2020)

On March 9, The Great American Outdoors Act (S.3422) was introduced into the senate, with 55 co-sponsors including Senate Majority Leader McConnell (R-KY) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY). Below is a one pager about the bill. #repairbacklog #Advocacy #PublicLands

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Forum Webinar: Resources for Congressional Appropriations

Last week Preservation Leadership Forum held its first webinar of the year, focusing in on the FY21 Congressional Appropriations process. The webinar examined funding levels for a variety of different programs and discussed the potential impact of changes on the field. Credit: Architect of...

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Appropriations

The most effective preservation advocate is an informed preservation advocate. Preservation & Appropriations The annual federal appropriations process has big impacts on historic preservation work nationwide. Learn more about the National Trust’s appropriations work and how you can advocate for...


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The Preservation Budget: FY 2021

The National Trust for Historic Preservation is pleased to release “The Preservation Budget: Select Preservation Priorities for FY 2021 Appropriations.” This report is designed to assist congressional staff and our preservation partners in appreciating—and advocating for—key federal programs...

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Action Alert: Proposed Rewrite of National Environmental Policy Act Regulations Threatens Historic Resources

Editor's Note: Comments are no longer being accepted on the new rules for NEPA. You can read the National Trust's comments which were submitted March 10 . In January, the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the nation’s foremost environmental protection law, marked its 50 th ...

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