It Starts With You
We need your help to tell lawmakers and decision makers that our nation’s heritage matters.
Speak Up For Places
Your grassroots work helps save the places that define us, from vast national parks to historic homes owned by everyday people.
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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!
Great American Outdoors Act
#FixOurParks and #SaveLWCF
If enacted, the Great American Outdoors Act would be the single largest federal investment in preservation of historic and cultural resources for public lands in our generation, and it would provide the support necessary to ensure America’s historic places are saved for generations to come. Over 850 preservation businesses, outdoor, tourism, conservation, recreation and hunting groups have signed on to a letter to Congress urging the passage of this act.
Contact your senators today and ask them to vote YES to pass this important legislation.
Protect World Heritage around Greater Chaco
Comments due September 25
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) stewards most of the public lands in the Greater Chaco landscape that are not already protected by the National Park Service. Right now, the agency is making long-term plans to update how these lands will be managed. Public input is critical to the land management planning, and the BLM is accepting comments on the draft plan now through September 25. Help us tell BLM to protect the Greater Chaco landscape!
Strengthen the Federal Historic Tax Credit
The historic tax credit (HTC) has a proven track record of kickstarting job creation and attracting private investment, while preserving tangible links to our past. But with some strategic improvements, this vital program can do even more—specifically for smaller projects typically located in Main Streets and more rural areas. The Historic Tax Credit Growth & Opportunity Act would do just that. Join the National Trust for Historic Preservation in urging your lawmakers to support this important legislation!