e. Unique Property Types

Learning Cemetery Preservation

Hi! I’m Zack Mohlis. I’m a new intern at here at PAM. I’m very excited to be a part of this wonderful organization. This fall and winter, I’ll be working on various things here and there, but my main project is the February Heart Bombing campaign. I’m coordinating a way for all of us old-building-lovers […]

We’re headed to Ely…


…and not just to see the wolves. We’re thrilled to announce that the Ely Community Center Foundation has contracted with us to assist them in their efforts to revitalize the Ely Community Center. In the coming months, the Ely Public Library will be vacating the Ely Community Center for a new space in town. While […]

Tribal Resources

Tribal Resources The National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers (NATHPO) has a variety of publications for dealing with historic tribal resources. Make sure to check out their Tribal Tourism Toolkit and Tribal Consultation: Best Practices in Historic Preservation.   Indian Community Development Block Grants Federal Agency: Department of Housing and Urban Development Recipients: Indian tribes Funds may be used to improve […]

Recent Past

While much preservation literature focuses on early American history, it is important to note that the recent past is also worth considering in historic preservation. Not that long ago, historic resources that now fall into the category of “Recent Past” were not considered worthy of preservation. The Preservation Alliance of Minnesota has been behind the […]

Preserving Historic Religious Properties

The National Trust and Massachusetts Preservation Coalition compiled this toolkit to help religious organizations – and affected communities – effectively address upcoming challenges of maintaining historic religious properties. Tweet