The following are links to other organizations concerned with historic
Trust for Historic Preservation (www.nationaltrust.org) The most important national organization for historic preservation.
Note that the list of "11 Most Endangered Historic Places" includes
the Hudson Valley.
Landmarks Program. The national program adminsitered by the National Park Service.
Newburgh has two National Historic Landmarks: the Dutch
Reformed Church and Washington's
PreservationDirectory.com is a useful online national directory of preservation organizations.
York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation All local, state, and nationally designated historic properties
are administered by this state agency.
Hudson River Heritage (Rhinebeck, NY) is a nonprofit organization advocating historic and natural preservation in the mid Hudson Valley. In July 2003, HRH co-sponsored with the NPA a symposium and tour commemorating the 200th birthday of DRC architect A. J. Davis.
Hudson River Valley Greenway, a New York State agency, administers the Hudson Valley National Heritage Area. Greenway was the recipient organization of the Save America's Treasures grant awarded for the DRC.
Landmarks Conservancy (www.nylandmarks.org) Funded by the New York State Council of the Arts, this agency offers
information and funding assistance for projects in New York State.
League of New York State (www.preservenys.org) A nonprofit activist organization seeking to preserve significant
architectural treasures throughout New York State.
Preserve & Protect
(www.preserve.org) A small nonprofit website offering a useful calendar of preservation
events and links to other preservation sites. Maintained by Bob
Partners for Livable Communities (www.livable.com) This 25-year-old nonprofit organization headed by Robert McNulty shows how communities of all sizes can improve community life through long-term "amenity-based" planning.
Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation (www.phlf.org) An inspiring example of a locally rooted, highly effective organization
providing advocacy, education, and a revolving loan fund dedicated
in historic architectual preservation.
Rochester Neighbors Buildings
Neighborhoods (www.rochesternbn.com) An impressive collaboration between diverse cultural communities
and local government in thoughtful, realistic, citywide improvement.