"The greenest building is the one already built." Indeed, historic preservation is the very definition of sustainability—a smart, efficient way to reuse a community's resources and keep its character at the same time. These stories explore the greener side of preservation and show how history, sustainability, fairness, and economic vitality can all go hand in hand.
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More than 12,000 years of history are written throughout the sacred landscape of Bears Ears National Monument in southeastern Utah. Tell your lawmakers to support the Bears Ears National Monument Expansion Act and protect this special place.Take Action