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Speak up today for the places that matter to you

The National Trust frequently turns to grassroots supporters to help effect change at the local, state, and federal level. This includes advocating for preservation funding, saving historic places, and influencing key legislation that protects our country’s heritage. From speaking up for Historic Tax Credits to advocating locally for places in your community, join us in protecting places that tell the story of America!

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#HistoricTaxCredit: Historic Tax Credits

Urge your Members of Congress to support the Historic Tax Credit Basis Adjustment Bill of 2018, to enhance the historic tax credit’s power to create jobs and revitalize communities.

Public Lands: Save the Land and Water Conservation Fund

The Land and Water Conservation Fund safeguards our history and provides recreation opportunities for all Americans. Join us now in urging Congress to ensure the LWCF program endures for generations to come.

Congressional Action: Support the Antiquities Act

Since 1906 the Antiquities Act has enabled 16 presidents from both parties to swiftly protect historic sites and culturally important lands. Now it is under threat on Capitol Hill. Join us in calling on Congress to support this vitally important preservation tool.

Congressional Action: Protect World War I Memorials

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) has introduced bipartisan legislation to save and protect WWI memorials across the country. Join us in urging lawmakers to support the Honoring World War I Memorial Act of 2017.

Endangered Historic Places: Denver's Larimer Square

Larimer Square is threatened by an inappropriate development proposal that includes weakening the groundbreaking ordinance that has long protected the famous square. Pledge your support for a preservation solution.

Endangered Historic Places: Walkout Schools of Los Angeles

The Walkout Schools--five historic campuses that played a key role in the 1968 East L.A. Chicano Student Walkouts--are threatened with demolition by the school district. Join us in speaking up for their protection.

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