By Amanda Whitmore, Preservation Alliance of West Virginia VISTA PAWV’s 2012 conference will be in Jefferson County September 27-29, and there will be a walking tour on Thursday evening of […]
By Frank Roleff, Mineral County Historical Society On July 14, 2012, the Mineral County Historical Foundation sponsored a window restoration workshop at Traveller’s Rest (The Old Stone House) with Lynn […]
Preservation Alliance of WV is gearing up to start reviewing nominations to the 2013 West Virginia Endangered Properties List! For those not directly involved in a historic preservation organization, you […]
By Danielle Claymont Court is one of the main venues for Preservation Alliance of WV’s 2012 historic preservation conference, Sharing Stories, Learning Lessons: Truth & Triumph in Historic Preservation, September 27-29. Not […]
While at an event, it seems like the most common question I am asked is what Preservation Alliance of WV does. We offer a wide range of services, from technical assistance to advocacy and a few things in-between.
If you really want to learn more about us, I suggest watching this short video. It not only describes what we are and what we do as the statewide historic preservation non-profit, but from the mouths of experts, learn why historic preservation is beneficial.
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Join Preservation Alliance of WV in Charleston on Thursday, September 13th for an American Institute of Certified Planners Certificate Maintenance Training Seminar. Earn law & ethics credits at this training! […]