Other Resources

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  • Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

    ACHP is an independent federal agency that promotes the preservation, enhancement and productive use of our nation's historic resources, and advises the president and Congress on national historic preservation policy.

  • Connecticut Trust for Historic Places

    This office works to preserve, protect and promote the historic buildings, sites, structures and landscapes that contribute to the heritage, economy and vitality of Connecticut communities.

  • Hartford Preservation Alliance

    HPA focuses on educating the public about preservation issues, convening and collaborating with interested parties for positive change, advocating for rehabilitation and proper “mothballing” of older structures, and placing appropriate properties on state and federal historic registries.

  • Historic Neighborhood Preservation

    HNP advocates improving quality of life behind the scenes and through education.

  • National Park Service — National Register of Historic Places

    This is the official list of the nation's historic places worthy of preservation, and it is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate and protect America's historic and archaeological resources.

  • National Park Service — Technical Preservation

    This office develops national standards and guidelines for preserving, rehabilitating, restoring and reconstructing historic properties.

  • National Trust for Historic Preservation

    This privately funded nonprofit organization works to save America’s historic places by fostering a deep sense of community, commitment and passion for saving places.

  • New Haven Preservation Trust

    This organization was founded to honor and preserve New Haven’s architectural heritage — historic buildings and neighborhoods — through advocacy, education and collaboration.

  • New London Landmarks

    This organization strives to promote the preservation and development of the urban environment of New London, Connecticut, including significant individual structures, streetscapes, neighborhoods and open spaces.

  • Office of State Archaeology

    This office is housed within the Museum of Natural History/Connecticut Archaeology Center and was established to identify, manage and preserve Connecticut's archaeological resources.