We lead the conversation on statewide policies promoting and protecting historic places and work in partnership with organizations, communities, and individuals across the state fighting to ensure the survival of historic places for future generations. Our efforts have supported preservation in all of Connecticut’s 169 towns.
Annual Meeting of the National Council on Public History. March 27-30, 2019 at the Connecticut Convention Center.
Ann Nyberg from WTNH interviews our Deputy Director Chris Wigren about Connecticut Architecture: Stories of 100 Places.
Residents can use the 90-day window to find alternative options to demolition.
Testifying for Seaside State Park
Saving State Preservation Funding
Victory on New London's Bank Street
Keeping an Eye on Rail
Protecting Bridgeport's African-American Heritage
Speak up for your community.
Remind your legislators that preservation brings economic development, is environmentally-friendly, and enhances our history and culture.