Monthly Archives:: September 2022

Cultural Landscape Report Completed for Bassett Farms Conservancy

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The preparation of a Cultural Landscape Report for the core acreage of Bassett Farms Conservancy has been completed by MIG, Inc. The site history was prepared by Preservation Texas staff. Funding for the report included a grant of $50,000 from the Still Water Foundation and $30,000 from the Texas Historical Commission’s Texas Preservation Trust Fund…. More »

PT Awarded $2,500 Grant from the Texas Historical Foundation

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  Preservation Texas has been awarded a grant of $2,500 from the Texas Historical Foundation toward the restoration of the storefront of the circa 1915 White’s Hardware Building in Kosse (Limestone County). The building will serve as the future Bassett Farms Conservancy Visitor Center; it had been the Kosse City Hall for nearly 30 years…. More »

PT Awarded $25,000 Grant from National Trust

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Preservation Texas has been awarded a grant of $25,000 from the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Fondren Fund for Texas. This funding will support the development of focused preservation plans and engineering studies for projects that will be awarded grants through our National Park Service-funded Texas Rural African-American Heritage Grants Program. Preservation Texas is grateful… More »

Hunick to Join PT As Communications Manager, Central Texas Program Officer

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Preservation Texas has hired Samantha Hunick as our statewide Communications Manager and Central Texas Program Officer (CTPO). Sam grew up in Marble Falls and is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a degree in Environmental Design. She received her master’s degree in Preservation Design from the Savannah College of Art and Design. With her… More »