The Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas invites individuals and organizations to nominate projects, groups or individuals for the 2010 Arkansas Preservation Awards. Awarded annually, the Arkansas Preservation Awards highlight outstanding achievement in historic preservation by honoring projects, programs and exemplary practices that foster historic preservation across the state.
Developer Scott Reed announced plans to rehabilitate 315 Main Street at a press conference on Tuesday with Mayor Mark Stodola and Main Street Revitalization Committee Chair, Bob East.
Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas Announces its 2010 list of Arkansas’s Most Endangered Historic Places: Nine in Need
Announcement by Secretary of State Charlie Daniels
Special Guest—Speaker Designate Robert Moore, Jr.
The Historic Preservation Alliance requests your help in identifying endangered historic places that reflect our Arkansas Heritage for the 2010 Most Endangered Places List.
The Arkansas’s Most Endangered Historic Places list highlights threats facing historically and architecturally significant properties throughout the state. The Alliance is soliciting nominations from residents and organizations across Arkansas of endangered places to be considered for inclusion in the list. The deadline for submitting nominations is Friday, April 16, 2010. Click here to download a nomination form or to submit a nomination online.
The FY 2010 budget bill that includes appropriations for the Department of the Interior was signed into law by the President on October 30; the bill includes $4.6 million for Preserve America Grants administered by the National Park Service.
Watch the video from the National Preservation Conference awards ceremony here.
The Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas, along with the Quapaw Quarter Association, will hold a reception for the 2009 Arkansas legislators on January 21, 2009. The reception will be held at Curran Hall from 5-7pm.
"The Heritage Connection"
May 14-16, 2009
National Trust for Historic Preservation President to speak.
The Historice Preservation Alliance of Arkansas announces the hiring of Vanessa Norton.
Mission & Goals
The Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas has been a statewide voice for preservation in Arkansas for over twenty-five years. The Alliance is the only statewide nonprofit organization focused on preserving Arkansas's architectural and cultural resources. Founded in 1981, the Alliance's mission is to educate, advocate and assist preservation efforts across the state, through educational programs centered on architectural heritage, advocating for preservation legislation, and assisting owners of historic properties with the means and expertise to preserve and restore historic structures.