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Cultural Heritage Policy

If the gate to the barnyard hangs on rusty hinges, fix it now! Don’t wait until the cows are out and destroying the neighbors’ flower beds. Look to the future and determine what needs to be done now.

We work with our local governments on issues relevant to historic sites and natural assets, to develop policies that protect them.

We should try to be more proactive in our communities, to engage them and educate them on the benefits these historic sites bring—the tourism benefits, the benefits of working with preservationists to try meet their economic development goals while still preserving cultural heritage. It is so important to get local governments to understand how fragile these historic places are.

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