We're lucky to have hundreds of groups and organizations working to protect and use historic buildings in communities throughout Vermont.
Shop at locally-owned stores -- they are part of the reason why our communities are unique and vibrant places!
Pick one where chefs use Vermont-produced food. Check out the Vermont Fresh Network for a great start.
Vermont has a great collection of historic sites and museums that are open to the public.
Chances are, it's located in a historic building. If you are really curious, find answers to your questions about Vermont history at the Vermont History Center in Barre.
Try these for starters!
Connect with and get inspired by anyone and everyone involved in preservation and downtowns.
Historic Vermont is our go-to source of current news in preservation in Vermont.
Take a course at the Preservation Education Institute.
Enter the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation at the University of Vermont.
Find yours (and explore more) at the Vermont Historical Society website.
See the Vermont Affordable Housing Coalition Project Gallery.
Find your ancestors. Find famous people. Find infamous people.
You'll discover historic farms and barns, village historic districts, country cemeteries, and covered bridges. Be sure to shop at every village store and buy Vermont-made products.
Vermont is full of spectacular places for getaways, both humble and grand.
A beautiful site and a PTV-owned property on Lake Champlain.
Join the National Trust for Historic Preservation today and you'll be joining a group of dedicated people committed to preserving the places that tell the stories of our history.
Local country stores offer goods and experiences that can't be had at chain stores.
Visit the Vermont Land Trust and the Vermont Natural Resources Council for starters.
These churches, synagogues, and other places of worship need support. Show your support.
Check out the farmers who are a part of the Vermont Fresh Network.
Check out the Home Town Advantage, a publication by the Institute for Local Self-Reliance to show how sprawl presents a tangible threat to historic downtowns all across the country.
Help us with the work we do. See the many different ways you can contribute to the Preservation Trust.