Preservation Magazine—Contact Us
Preservation is the quarterly magazine of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. It celebrates the places that have shaped the diverse American cultural experience and inspires people to save the past and enrich the future through charitable giving, advocacy, and volunteerism.
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Receipt of Preservation magazine is a benefit of membership in the National Trust, the only national, private organization chartered by Congress to encourage public participation in the preservation of sites, buildings, and objects significant in American history. Trust programs and publications are made possible in part by membership dues and contributions. Articles and essays published in the magazine are works of journalism and not the official policy of the National Trust.
A one-year individual membership in the National Trust for Historic Preservation is $20 ($30 for family membership) and includes receipt of Preservation magazine and discounted admission to National Trust Historic Sites. Of the total amount of base dues, $6 is for subscription to Preservation. For new memberships, renewals, or change of address, call 800-315-6847, or send an email to email@example.com.
Editor in Chief
Lynell George, Max Graham, Susan G. Hauser, Reed Karaim, Lydia Lee, Amy Sutherland, Lauren Vespoli
Samantha Spengler, Kelly Tomas, Alison Van Houten, Lauren Vespoli, Lauren Walser
Susan Cullen Anderson
Creative Director and Designer
Mary Prestera Butler
Contributing Photo Editor
The National Trust's African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund has awarded $3 million in grants to 40 places preserving Black history.See the List