"AN ACT to Establish a Program for the Preservation of Additional Historic Properties throughout the Nation, and for Other Purposes, Approved October 15, 1966 (Public Law 89-665; 80 STAT. 915; 16 U.S.C. 470) as amended by Public Law 91-243, Public Law 93-54, Public Law 94-422, and Public Law 94-458."
An agency that provides a forum for influencing U.S. Federal activies, programs, and policies as they affect historic resources. Provides information about the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966.
The Historic Preservation Papers series showcases exemplary student papers written for the Historic Preservation Law Seminar at the Georgetown Law Center, which is taught by Professor J. Peter Byrne and Adjunct Professor E. Tersh Boasberg. The papers in this series examine the preservation of historic buildings, communities, and landscapes; explore the theory and practice of historic preservation; and examine issues of local and national significance.
Preservation Leadership Forum is a network of preservation professionals brought together by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Forum provides and curates cutting edge content, offers online and in person networking opportunities, and brings new, diverse perspectives to the business of saving places.
The National Trust frequently turns to grassroots supporters to help effect change at the local, state, and federal level. This includes advocating for preservation funding, saving historic places and influencing key legislation that protects our country’s heritage.
Preservation Action is a 501(c)4 nonprofit organization created in 1974 to serve as the national grassroots lobby for historic preservation. Preservation Action seeks to make historic preservation a national priority by advocating to all branches of the federal government for sound preservation policy and programs through a grassroots constituency empowered with information and training and through direct contact with elected representatives.