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Griffith Park’s Fern Dell selected for cultural preservation

Posted by on Dec 13, 2014 in Historic Preservation Blog | 0 comments

Fern Dell, a garden oasis of ferns, trees and picturesque bridges in Griffith Park, was selected Thursday as one of 14 historic American landscapes in urgent need of preservation. The Cultural Landscape Foundation, a Washington nonprofit that aims to increase awareness of historic landscapes, made the selection as part of an annual program to draw immediate attention to valuable but threatened spaces. Other California landscapes selected were Jack London Lake in Glen Ellen and the Hannah Carter...

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Historic Preservation TED Talk

Posted by on Dec 13, 2014 in Historic Preservation Blog | 0 comments

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In May, we celebrate historic preservation

Posted by on May 23, 2012 in Historic Preservation Blog | 0 comments

In May, we celebrate historic preservation

Nashville plans 3 days of tours, presentations May is National Historic Preservation Month, sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. All over America, communities are taking this time to celebrate their success stories. In Tennessee, we are doing that, and you are invited to be part of the celebration. You may not realize just how many successes we can applaud. Of course, there are the highly significant landmarks such as the Ryman, Jubilee Hall, Union Station, The...

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Three New Buildings added to LA Historic List

Posted by on May 23, 2012 in Historic Preservation Blog | 0 comments

Three New Buildings added to LA Historic List

Three New Buildings added to Los Angeles’ Historic-Cultural Monuments List It’s always an occasion of celebratory joy to find the latest newsletter (PDF) from the City of Los Angeles’ Office of Historic Resources, to see its ever expanding list of saved and marked Historic-Cultural Monuments. Needless to say, the Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments List is full of great information, updates, and additions for LA’s urban preservationists and anthropologists. Now, with over 1000...

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Preservation Generates $1 Trillion Per Year

Posted by on May 23, 2012 in Historic Preservation Blog | 0 comments

Preservation Generates $1 Trillion Per Year

New Report: Conservation, Recreation and Preservation Generate $1 Trillion Per Year for U.S. Economy With unemployment rate still over 9 percent in the third quarter Labor Department jobs report, study illustrates job growth potential. WASHINGTON – Officials looking for cost-effective ways to stimulate the economy should look no further than out their own windows: That’s where the authors of a new economic study demonstrate that the great outdoors and historic preservation generate a...

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