The Moe Family Fund for Statewide and Local Partners, established by former National Trust President Richard Moe and his family, supports members of the National Preservation Partners Network (NPPN). The 2021 and 2022 funding cycles of this program focused on the key issues outlined by the ...
In Grace Young’s plenary session at PastForward Online 2022 , she stated, "My work as a cookbook author has always been about preserving recipes, but as the pandemic unfolded, I shifted my focus to saving Chinatowns. I realized that I was, of course, trying to save one of the great centers for...
This webinar took place June 14, 2022 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...
-Slideshow- How To Incorporate Preservation Training into Your Construction Project_PPTF.pdf
This webinar Took Place April 12, 2022, and was a brought to you by the Preservation Priorities Task Force, a collaboration between the National Preservation Partners Network and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Decisions about whether to reuse, retrofit, or replace older...
PPTF Climate Webinar_Calculating Carbon Reuse.pdf
With contributions by Lindsey Wallace, Di Gao, and Priya Chhaya Lying at the intersection of climate change and racial equity, climate equity addresses issues related to health, affordability, accessibility, cultural preservation, community capacity, and accountability. Climate equity asks...
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