A cabin on the Turner Family homestead in Grafton will be preserved, and the historic site will get a new access road and information kiosk.
Formerly the Fox Hill Center for the Arts, the building was donated to the Preservation Trust of Vermont by sisters Rita Fuchsberg and Irene Minkoff.
We have people all over Vermont who daily give their time, their treasure, and their talents to keeping all the best of our state, our history, and communities as vital and inspiring as possible.
Off and Running!
After a two-and-a-half year process, the Trust is pleased to announce the completion of the acquisition of the Vermont Marble Museum in Proctor, Vermont.
Exception Vermont preservation projects of 2012 and 2013.
Paul Bruhn appears on Comcast Newsmakers to share the PVT work.
Although there are a great many antecedents, the Community Supported Enterprise phenomenon seems to have blossomed in the last few years.
An in-depth interview of PTV Executive Director Paul Bruhn by Fran Stoddard, Vermont PBS Profile, Season 10 Episode 1016, 2011.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation presented its Trustees’ Award for Organizational Excellence to the Preservation Trust of Vermont on October 19, 2010.
By Bruce Edwards STAFF WRITER | September 07, 2009 SHREWSBURY — It would make Marjorie Pierce proud and then some. After a long hiatus, the general store that bears the family name and was the hub of this small community of 1,100 for more…
Outstanding Vermont preservation projects of 2009.