April 12, 2018

Preservation for People: A Vision for the Future

The National Trust is highlighting stories that reflect our core belief: preservation is about people. In 2017 the Trust published Preservation for People: A Vision for the Future, which outlines three main principles that guide our work: honoring the full diversity of the ever-evolving American story; nurturing more equitable, healthy, resilient, vibrant, and sustainable communities; and collaborating with new and existing partners. Join the conversation on Forum Connect—an online community for leaders in the preservation field—to share examples of your work creating a people-centered preservation movement.

To read the rest of this story, head to Preservation Leadership Forum, the network of preservation professionals brought together by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

This Place Matters

photo by: Chris Holloman

Join the movement to save and sustain historic African American places. The African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund will help every American see themselves, their history, and their potential in our collective story and national cultural landscape.

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