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Preservation Pennsylvania helps you find the information and resources you need to pursue preservation in your community.
Click on the top level pages (Home, Resources, News, Participate, Give/Join or About Us) for a quick overview of that section and easy, clickable reference points. The drop down menu offers a deeper dive into specific interest areas.
The RESOURCES section offers updates on grant and funding opportunities, helpful publications, and PreserveList to helped you find skilled preservation experts (a partnership with Preservation Maryland). Our Link Library will be regularly updated to help you find authoritative guidance on a wide range of topics, from climate change and energy efficiency to historic cemeteries and the neighborhood toolkit from Penn Praxis (you might have heard about at the 2019 conference).
Use our NEWS feature for updates and regular mini-features about people and places across Pennsylvania, great preservation projects, interesting resources, guest columnists and more! Some of our most recent posts are featured below; just scroll and click to read more.
We hope you'll PARTICIPATE -- nominate a place to Pennsylvania At Risk, sign up to learn and network at the Statewide Conference on Heritage, celebrate the amazing recipients of the Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Awards, or attend or sponsor a workshop or a special event we're hosting near you! Attending events is a great way of learning new things, sharing ideas, and making connections.
For more than 35 years, we've advocated on behalf of the commonwealth's historic places. We couldn't have done it without the support of our members and donors. We hope you'll JOIN US or DONATE to help save the places that make Pennsylvania special!
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Preservation Action has named Preservation Pennsylvania's Executive Director Mindy Crawford as the Preservation Hero of the Quarter.
2021 Pennsylvania At Risk Preservation Pennsylvania's Executive Director Mindy Crawford announces this year’s Pennsylvania At Risk places in this video recording of Preservation Pennsylvania's live Zoom announcement. They are Fort Halifax Park (Dauphin County), Satterthwaite House and the Patterson Farm (Bucks County), and the former St. Agnes Church in the Oakland Neighborhood of Pittsburgh (Allegheny County). Watch the video to learn more about these places, plus updates on past Pennsylvania...
Whether you’re a grassroots advocate or a CRM professional, you’ll learn to use PA-SHARE as a map-based inventory of historic and archaeological sites and surveys. It’s a primary tool for the public, agencies, and partners to conduct research, make informed decisions, participate in processes, and collect historic and archaeological resource information.
Historic Dutch Corner is once again under threat. The Competitive Power Ventures' (CPV) Kettle Wind Project proposes to build wind turbines on the ridge of Evitt's Mountain. Construction and operation of these turbines would permanently impact the landscape, one of Bedford County's most significant economic assets.
Our Executive Director Mindy Crawford was reluctant to single out one place that captured her heart, but admits that the historic heating system at this National Historic Landmark makes her heart go pitapat.
Cranaleith was designed by Minerva Parker Nichols, the first woman in the country to open her own architecture practice.