Inspiring preservation success stories from around the state.
Exception Vermont preservation projects of 2012 and 2013.
Outstanding Vermont preservation projects of 2009.
Award-winning preservation projects from around Vermont.
The rehabilitation of the historic Wilder Block following a devastating fire not only preserved a landmark in the Brattleboro Historic District, but it also provided sorely needed affordable housing for lower income renters and commercial space for community businesses.
A bit of magic happens when local volunteer preservationists gather at the Grand Isle Lake House to talk about community projects.
Tips for fundraising from small town Vermont, by Margaret Sunderland.
The inside story of how PTV helped the Brattleboro community find new life and purpose for the Latchis Theater and Hotel.
It's been six months and The Bobcat Cafe in Bristol is going strong and meeting its mission to provide a gathering place for people from the area, according to owner Robert Fuller.
A Grand Re-Opening Celebration for the Socialist Labor Party (SLP) Hall in Barre, Vermont, was held on September 2, 2000 in the Hall. The outpouring of help and enthusiasm from citizens from all walks of life who came to the celebration demonstrates how a modest building with a remarkable history galvanized a group of townspeople both young and old to take pride in the historic preservation of their hometown.
In the fall of 1997, in response to a steady decline in the commercial vitality of downtown Vergennes, a small group of area residents began meeting to discuss strategies to spark revitalization.
Words of wisdom from Gerianne Smart who led the campaign to save the Vergennes Opera House in 1999.