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Florida Trust for Historic Preservation Announces 2020 Florida Preservation Awards

Awards conferred as part of the Preservation on Main Street Virtual Conference

Memorial Presbyterian Church in St. Augustine was awarded a 2020 Florida Preservation Award

The Florida Trust for Historic Preservation announced its 2020 Florida Preservation Awards on Thursday, July 30, recognizing people, organizations and communities who have worked to protect Florida’s extraordinary history and heritage.

The Florida Preservation Awards were given in conjunction with the Florida Secretary of State Main Street Awards as part of the Florida Preservation on Main Street Conference, a conference co-hosted by the Florida Trust and the Florida Main Street program. Award nominations were made by the public with recipients selected by a jury from around the state representing a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Awards were granted in three categories: Restoration/Rehabilitation, Adaptive Use and Preservation Education/Media. Additionally, the Board of Trustees granted its major award - the Legacy Award.

“Although we are living in unprecedented times, it was important to us to continue our work recognizing excellence in historic preservation in our state,” said Florida Trust Board President Friederike Mittner. “Thank you to our award winners for all they do for preservation in our state.”

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05 ago 2020

The Carrabelle History Museum is one of those little gems you love to find. The Big Surprise for well developed the area was long before the rest of Florida...based on waterfront location. And the Carrabelle Historical Society puts on regular fascinating talks. Congratulations! John

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