Florida Preservation News: March 2023
Historic preservation is making headlines in Florida. Here's a round-up of new items to watch, and updates on stories we've been following:
Florida Trust's Lunch & Learn: Grant Opportunities with the National Park Service will take place on March 21, 12 p.m. ET. Register today!
The Florida Trust for Historic Preservation is now accepting nominations for the 2023 Florida Preservation Awards. Learn more and apply.
Florida Trust CEO & President Melissa Wyllie heads to Washington D.C., joining fellow preservationists to advocate for historic preservation to the 118th Congress.
Secretary of State, lawmakers gather to experience economic value, potential for preservation at Jacksonville's 110-year-old Union Terminal Warehouse.
The second week of Florida's Legislative Session has wrapped-up. Read about preservation wins and how you can help our advocacy efforts.
In the wake of Hurricane Ian, legislation has been filed to address flood damage prevention. Learn what this could mean for Florida's historic heritage.
The Florida Trust is attending Tallahassee History Festival this weekend, March 25.
St. Pete Below the Surface: Archaeology in our City Parks, by Florida Public Archaeology Network's Rachel Kangas, will take place next week, on March 22 at 6 p.m. ET at University of South Florida's St. Petersburg campus Nelson Poynter Memorial Library.
Mission San Luis is awarded accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums and is celebrating on April 22.
Jacksonville's OutEast, a once-thriving Black community whose economic activity slowed due to unrest during the Civil Rights movement, has banded together to revitalize itself.
A historic home is moved to West Palm Beach's historic district to avoid demolition.
The Division of Historical Resources will be accepting Small Matching and Special Category grant applications from April 1 to June 1.
The first Conference on Public Archaeology, taking place September 22-23, 2023 in Pensacola, FL is now accepting submissions for participation.
APA Florida is now accepting applications for its 2023 Project Awards Program.