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February 28, 2018

 Our final Membership Month installment is all about Vision, Believe and Encouragement!

Preservation can be (and often is) a daunting, overwhelming and time consuming undertaking. Yet time and time again we have seen people stay the course and succeed because they had v...

February 22, 2018

A Membership Month Story:

One of Preservation Massachusetts' core programs is our Most Endangered Historic Resources List. Since 1993, this advocacy program has shone a spotlight on important buildings, landscapes and structures that are threatened in some way. Using ou...

February 9, 2018

There is a lot to love about Massachusetts! We love our cities and towns, historic buildings and our main streets. We love the rolling landscapes, parks, open spaces and shores. We love people using older buildings, reusing and restoring the past for the future. This m...

February 8, 2018

Please join us at the next meeting of the Western Massachusetts Historical Commission Coalition

Topic: Why and How: Repairing Historic Windows

Thursday, March 15, 2018 (Snow Date 3/22/18)


The John W. Olver Transit Center, First Floor Meeting Room,

12 Olive...

February 2, 2018

Storytelling is an integral part of history. Stories teach, they inspire, they motivate, they caution.  Stories tell where you have been and where you are and were you hope to go in the future.

Preservation Massachusetts is excited to launch a new bi-monthly feature cal...

February 2, 2018

February is Membership Month at Preservation Massachusetts! This month we invite you to "Feel the Love" for historic preservation in Massachusetts by joining us as a member. Through us you help advocate, educate and empower historic preservation efforts in cities and t...

For me, trips to Vermont in January usually meant a car packed with equipment and supplies for a ski excursion.  I’ll admit it’s been a while since I have been to Vermont, but earlier this month I was lucky to find myself in Dummerston, just outside of Brattleboro.  I...

February 1, 2018

Preservation may be rooted in history, but it has always served the future.  It is about more than just a building—it is about relationships, making the old new and relevant again, recycling, up-cycling and sustainability, breathing life back into our community centers...

February 1, 2018

During the winter semester break, Preservation Massachusetts was fortunate to have not one but two interns working with us on some long-anticipated projects; getting our new advocacy database up and running and creating an historic landscape resource guide. We will cer...

February 1, 2018

Just before the end of 2017, tax reform was passed by the Federal Government. Included in the legislation that was signed into law was the Historic Tax Credit program, which had been under threat.  The House and Senate Conference Committee reconciled the differences be...

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