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  • National Center for Preservation Technology and Training
  • NCPTT is an interdisciplinary group of experts who work with partners in the preservation and conservation community to advance the art, craft, and science of historic preservation in the fields of archeology, historic architecture, historic landscapes, objects and materials conservation, and interpretation. NCPTT is an office of the National Park Service.
     

  • The National Register of Historic Places
  • Official list of U.S. cultural resources worthy of preservation.
     

  • National Trust for Historic Preservation
  • The National Trust for Historic Preservation provides leadership, education and advocacy to save America's diverse historic places and revitalize American communities.

    The National Trust for Historic Preservation, chartered by Congress in 1949, is a nonprofit organization with more than 275,000 members. The Trust publishes Historic Preservation Magazine, Preservation Forum, and a wide selection of other publications which address all aspects of historic preservation - including technical, legal, and economic.
     

  • National Trust for Historic Preservation Magazine

    The site posts news stories daily about historic preservation and excerpts from the award-winning magazine. Plus, readers can post "911" calls about an imminent teardown, getting the word out to save the property. The site also includes listings of historic properties real estate.

     

  • New York Landmarks Conservancy - Sacred Sites Program
  • To assist congregations of all denominations, the Conservancy's Sacred Sites Program provides financial and technical help for the maintenance, repair, and restoration of religious properties in New York City and State.
     

  • Partners for Sacred Places
  • Promotes preservation and stewardship of older churches, synagogues, mosques, and meetinghouses.

     

  • State Historic Preservation Offices (SHPO)
  • State historic preservation officers are responsible for the administration of the National Register of Historic Places on the local level. They review and approve nominations to the register and also monitor compliance with preservation law for all projects which receive state and federal funding.
     

  • World Monuments Fund
  •  The World Monuments Fund (WMF) is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1965 by individuals concerned about the accelerating destruction of important artistic and architectural treasures throughout the world. Acting as a catalyst, WMF brings together public and private support to safeguard monuments and works of art whose loss or destruction would impoverish mankind.


    
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