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Preservation50 is Focus for 2016

Preservation50 is Focus for 2016 With the upcoming anniversary of 50 years since President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the National Historic Preservation Act, the ACHP has begun celebrating. Partnering with various organizations such as Cultural Heritage Partners, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers, and many others, the ACHP is looking back at history and looking forward to the future of the national historic preservation program. Keep up to date on Preservation50 activities and events by reading more below:

www.preservation50.org

http://www.achp.gov/historicpreservation.html

http://www.achp.gov/50-challenges-opportunities.html

http://www.usicomos.org/about/call-for-submissions/

http://www.achp.gov/news-nhpa-50.html




Forest Service Preservation50 Project in Hiawatha National Forest

Our friends at the U.S. Forest Service have put a focus on the 50th anniversary of the NHPA. Read about their great work in Michigan's Hiawatha National Forest with a variety of preservation partners and successful outcomes.

Passport-In-Time
Sandtown
Soldier Lake Pavilion
Mather Lodge
Youth Archaeological Workshop

Hip, Happening, Historic Preservation Gets Spotlight at 50 Years The National Alliance of Preservation Commissions (NAPC) published its spring members magazine focused on the National Historic Preservation Act at 50 years old. A member observer on the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, the NAPC is an expert voice for local preservation issues and serves a critical role in encouraging people to get involved in their communities to preserve their heritage. Make sure to read the article ACHP Director of the Office of Preservation Initiatives Ron Anzalone wrote in the Alliance Review detailing the NHPA's founding and what has transpired in the federal historic preservation program over the last 50 years. He also discusses what the next 50 years may look like and how the public can get involved. Be sure to plan to attend the NAPC's annual forum, July 27-31 in historic Mobile, Alabama.