WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! Donate today! Since 1985, Preservation Texas has provided an independent, statewide voice in support of historic preservation. Through legislative advocacy, educational programs, the Most Endangered Places list, Honor Awards program, stewardship of Bassett Farms Conservancy, and countless site visits, presentations and consultations, Preservation Texas is making a difference. We work with national, state and local government agencies and officials, nonprofit organizations and individual stakeholders to solve preservation problems and draw attention… More »
Preservation Texas has written a letter of support for the restoration of Cape’s Dam and continued planning for a future park centered on the site. October 14, 2019 The Honorable Jane Hughson Mayor of San Marcos 630 E. Hopkins San Marcos, TX 78666 Re: Cape’s Dam and Mill Race Dear Mayor Hughson and Members of Council: Preservation Texas appreciates the opportunity to address the future of Cape’s Dam and Mill Race in San Marcos. Concern… More »
Call for Presentations and Posters Texas Cultural Landscapes Symposium February 23-26, 2020 Waco, Texas Preservation Texas, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, the NPS National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT), and the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) will host a three-day symposium focused on educating and connecting the regional preservation community with cultural landscape training and practice. Cultural Landscapes are complex resources containing both cultural and natural resources such as architecture, roads, vegetation, archaeology, and aspects of… More »
by Evan R. Thompson, Executive Director October 2, 2019 TAKE ACTION! Sign our petition. Contact your state legislator. Imagine a newly constructed 21st-century brain health facility at the historic Austin State Hospital (“ASH”) surrounded by grassy parks, pecan groves, and restored historic buildings built between 1860 and 1960 that are part of a National Register Historic District in the heart of Austin. The historic buildings house medical students, nonprofit offices and other services in support… More »
Preservation Texas invites nominations for the 2020 Most Endangered Places list. We welcome nominations from a broad spectrum of historic resources across Texas. This signature program of Preservation Texas was launched in 2004. Over the last 15 years, 161 sites and themes have been included on the list, of which only 12 have been lost. The 2019 list may be viewed here. Nominated sites should face an imminent risk of permanent loss or inappropriate alteration…. More »
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