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10 Reasons Why Vermont’s Homegrown Economy Matters And 50 Proven Ways to Revive It

10 Tips for Managing a Historic Preservation Project

95 North Ave., Burlington: 2018 Preservation Award

A Case for Historic Windows

A Local Official’s Guide to Developing Better Community Post Offices

A State Highway Project in Your Town?

Arthur’s on Main, Morrisville: 2018 Preservation Award

Bethel Better Block: 2018 Preservation Award

Bobcat Cafe Takes Off in Bristol — Addison Independent

Bridport Restoration Project Successes

Bristol Village Cohousing, Bristol: 2018 Preservation Award

Community Based Real Estate Investment — A Case Study: Otter Creek Investment Fund, LLC

Connie Snow, Windham & Windsor Housing Trust: 2018 Preservation Award

Covid-19 and Community in Vermont

Doing It Vermont’s Way

Economics, Sustainability and Historic Preservation by Donovan D. Rypkema

Endangered Vermont: Compromise Will Produce a Great Solution

Fire Safety for Historic Buildings

For Homeowners

Fundraising for Preservation Projects

Getting Started with your Preservation Project

Governor Scott’s Remarks on the Signing of S.135

Helen Whtye: Exit 4 Development is Bad Business for All Vermonters

Historic Facade Restoration – From Vinyl to Clapboard

Hometown Fundraising

In Memory of Bob Sincerbeaux, 1913-2000

Insulation and Historic Buildings

It Works! Retreats for Volunteer Preservationists

Jack Leonard, Downstreet Housing: 2018 Preservation Award

Lessons Learned from a Local Project by Gerianne Smart, President, Friends of the Vergennes Opera House

On the Importance of Gathering Places

Organizing Volunteers for Preservation Projects: A How To Guide for Using Volunteers to Save Historic Buildings

Peacham Cafe, Peacham: 2018 Preservation Award

Peggy Pearl, St. Johnsbury History & Heritage Center: 2018 Preservation Award

Preservation Awards 2007

Preservation Awards 2009

Preservation Awards 2012 & 2013

Preservation Awards 2014

Preservation Awards 2016

Preservation Briefs

Procuring Contractors and Materials for your Preservation Project

Public Buildings Keep Town Centers Alive

Reviving the Homegrown Economy by Stacy Mitchell, Institute for Local Self-Reliance

Salisbury Congregational Church, Salisbury: 2018 Preservation Award

Santa’s Land, Putney: 2018 Preservation Award

Sociaist Labor Party Hall, Barre, Vermont

Taking Care of Your Old Barn

The Latchis Theater and Hotel Complex: the Story of the Acquisition & Rehabilitation

The storied history of Barre’s Old Labor Hall | Burlington Free Press

Thoughts from Liz Gamache, February 2020

Vermont Flood Guide: Preparation, Response & Recovery

Vibrant Town Centers: Developing Small-scale, Locally-owned, Downtown Department Stores that Serve the Community

Volunteers: Attracting, Keeping and Cultivating them for your Community Preservation Project

What is Historic Preservation?

What Makes A Great Village?

Where Am I? The Power of Uniqueness

Why Preserve?

Wilder Block Restoration, Brattleboro Area Community Land Trust & Housing Vermont

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