A message from PTV Interim President Liz Gamache
Serving as Interim President at the Preservation Trust of Vermont as we enter our 40th year has been both humbling and inspiring.One of the highlights of this work is visiting Vermont towns, and meeting with people who love their communities and are dedicated to preserving what makes them so special. I've come to realize that our Vermont-style approach to historic preservation is unique, and that PTV is admired as a national leader, because of the way we approach our work.
Watch the new short film about the making of "Whale Dance" by Jim Sardonis at Exit 4 in Randolph, VT
30 years of outstanding community leadership at the Windham & Windsor Housing Trust in Southeastern Vermont.
How a community group's "Better Block" project has led to rapid reinvestment in downtown Bethel, VT.
A historic building in downtown Burlington is thoughtfully restored as a multi-use facility serving people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
A small community creates an important gathering space.
Two historic buildings and surrounding land are transformed into a cohousing development in the heart of Bristol, VT.
Recognizing excellent service as a Maintenance Technician at the Green Mountain Seminary in Waterbury, VT.
A steeple is saved, an icon is restored.
Honoring exceptional work establishing a home for and an education program around local history.
A commercial block in downtown Morrisville is transformed for the 21st century.