Welcome to a few of my favorite websites…
Preservation for a Changing Colorado: the Economic Benefits Study. The latest – and most excellent – study in the economic benefits of historic preservation has hit the web. Thanks to our brilliant friends at Clarion Associates, Colorado Preservation, Inc. and the Colorado State Historical fund, THIS report is the result. A must read.
The Historic Preservation Alliance of Colorado Springs is the premier advocacy organization for historic preservation in the Pikes Peak Region. Your support is welcome and encouraged! As of January 2017, I am pleased to announce my new role as President of the Board of Directors of the Historic Preservation Alliance and invite you to join,
I am grateful to have had the opportunity to serve in key leadership roles with three statewide nonprofit preservation organizations:
One of my favorite nonprofit organizations I helped launch as a founding board member is the Mineral Springs Foundation of Manitou Springs.
Looking for architectural information for mid-century modern residential styles? Check out the Surveyor’s Guide my team and I wrote in partnership with the Maine Historic Preservation Commission: Post-World War II Residential Architecture in Maine: A Guide for Surveyors.
Looking for examples in collaboration excellence involving Roxanne? Take a look and contact her should you desire more details.
- Tracks Across Borders Scenic and Historic Byway – Colorado’s newest and a most unique collaborate effort
- Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village, protective easements – in New Gloucester, Maine, the world’s last remaining Shaker Village.
Hey Colorado! Looking for funding for your preservation project or educational event? The Colorado State Historical Fund is the largest, most successful funding source of its kind in the country, having awarded over 4,200 grants statewide totaling $243,421,244 and counting!
The National Trust for Historic Preservation is America’s leading advocacy organization for historic preservation and a KEY resource!
Looking for links, and not on a golf course? THIS is the place! Check out the National Park Service Historic Places Program and their extensive links page.
Calling all you local Preservation Commission members: this is the organization for you. National Alliance of Preservation Commissions. Yes, really.
- National Main Street Center
- Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
- Secretary of the Interior Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties
- National Center for Preservation Technology and Training
- Preservation Action