Protecting threatened historic places is at the heart of the Preservation Connecticut’s mission.
We lead the conversation on statewide policies promoting and protecting historic places and work in partnership with organizations, communities, and individuals across the state fighting to ensure the survival of historic places for future generations. Our efforts have supported preservation in all of Connecticut’s 169 towns.
Registration open for January conference on preservation and sustainability: “Historic and Green: A New Climate Agenda”.
For more information, and to register/RSVP, click this link: https://www.law.uconn.edu/calendar/event/2020/01/24/historic-and-green-new-climate-agenda
As New Haven experiences a building boom, preservationists and city officials are looking for new ways to balance the needs of economic growth with desire to protect the city’s historic architecture.
Save the date for January 24, for a conference where we will try to craft a statewide agenda for historic preservation that recognizes preservation as a fundamental environmental value.
2019 Legislative Priorities
Keeping an Eye on Rail
Victory on New London's Bank Street
Saving State Preservation Funding
Protecting Bridgeport's African-American Heritage
Speak up for your community.
Remind your legislators that preservation brings economic development, is environmentally-friendly, and enhances our history and culture.