Nominations now open for preservation awards
Nominations are open for the 2003 National Preservation Awards, sponsored by the National Trust for Historic
Preservation. Winners will be honored at the National Preservation Conference in Denver, Colo., Sept. 30 through Oct. 2, 2003. Those who have been involved in an outstanding preservation project completed in the past three years – or those who know of a company, organization, agency, or individual who has helped save a part of our heritage – are encouraged to submit a nomination.
Each year since 1971, the Trust has presented the National Preservation Honor Awards to 15 distinguished individuals, nonprofit organizations, corporations, newspapers, and public officials whose skill and determination have given new meaning to their communities through preservation. These efforts include citizen attempts to save and maintain important landmarks; companies and craftsmen whose work restores the richness of the past; the vision of public officials who support preservation projects and legislation in their communities; and educators and journalists who help Americans understand the value of preservation.
The nomination deadline for the National Preservation Honor Awards is May 1, 2003.
The 2002 recipients included The Hartford Courant, The Pentagon Phoenix Project, Coronado Theatre, the Socialist Labor Party Hall, Barre, Vt., the Fillmore County Courthouse, Historic Columbia River Highway, Hyatt Regency Grand Arcade, Kwan Tai Temple, Calif., Rhode Island
Statehouse, Union Station, Mo., the Wabash YMCA in Chicago, and the Central Synagogue, New York.
Nominations for the following National Preservation Awards must be postmarked by March 1, 2003.
The National Trust/HUD Secretary’s Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation is awarded to a project that demonstrates that preservation is an effective tool for creating affordable housing and expanding economic opportunities in the community.
National Trust/Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Award for Federal Partnerships in Historic Preservation celebrates an exemplary Federal/private partnership that results in preservation of an important historic resource.
The John H. Chafee Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement in Public Policy honors an outstanding contribution to historic preservation in the
field of public policy.
The Trustees’ Awards for Organizational Excellence recognizes a nonprofit organization that has demonstrated sustained and superlative achievement in historic preservation.
Trustee Emeritus Award for Excellence in the Stewardship of Historic Sites recognizes sustained commitment to restoring a historic property, and excellence in the preservation, management and interpretation of the historic site.
The Trust’s highest honor, the Louise du Pont Crowninshield Award, is given to an individual who has demonstrated superlative achievement in the preservation and interpretation of our historic, architectural, and maritime heritage. Deadline for nomination is April 1, 2003.
To receive nomination materials: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; download the form at http://www.nationaltrust.org; write Preservation Awards, National Trust, 1785 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. 20036 phone: (202) 588-6236.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation is a private, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to protecting the irreplaceable.
Recipient of the National Humanities Medal, the Trust provides leadership, education and advocacy to save America’s diverse historic places and revitalize communities. Its Washington, D.C. headquarters staff, six regional offices and 21 historic sites work with the Trust’s quarter-million members and thousands of local community groups in all 50
states. For more information visit the National Trust’s Web site at http://www.nationaltrust.org.
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