Preserve Arkansas’s 2022 Most Endangered Places list includes an architecturally significant church at Lonoke, one of the last historic commercial buildings at DeValls Bluff, and an 1850s farmstead in Stone County. Click here to learn more.
Our next webinar will feature Pat Johnson of the Eddie Mae Herron Center in Pocahontas on June 14 at 3:30 PM. Pat Johnson founded the Eddie Mae Herron Center in 2000 to celebrate the achievement of African Americans in Pocahontas. Learn more and register for the webinar here.
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More than just saving old buildings, historic preservation offers unique economic and quality of life benefits to Arkansas. Preserve Arkansas works to build stronger communities by reconnecting Arkansans to our heritage and empowering people to save and rehabilitate historic places.