Is it "At Risk"?
We call for submissions to our "Pennsylvania At Risk" each year. Please check the At Risk page for more information.
You Can Do IT!
Learn how you can evaluate the case for preservation, rally support to your cause and more with our guide "How to Preserve & Protect the Places that Matter to You."
Our website is full of helpful information. Check out the Resources section for information on local partners, our publications, and links to specialized information from energy efficiency to historic cemeteries.
Our PreserveList partnership with Preservation Maryland offers a guide to skilled preservation expertise, whether you're seeking legal advice or an expert plasterer.
Frequently asked questions
These are probably the questions that we hear most often. Click the + to expand. Need more information? Use our contact form and get in touch!
There may be state or local preservation laws that a property owner should be aware of before they undertake a project with a historic property. We recommend you, or the property owner, contact the State historic preservation office (SHPO) before an action with a listed property is taken. The SHPO is the state agency that oversees historic preservation efforts in their state."
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