Preservation Massachusetts is pleased to announce the 2022 Massachusetts Most Endangered Historic Resources List!
Since 1993, the Massachusetts Most Endangered Historic Resources Program has been an important education and advocacy campaign for PM, helping us identify endangered historic resources from across the state and work collaboratively with partners toward positive preservation outcomes. Though listing is only an honorary designation, it is one of the first steps in focusing statewide attention on the resources, their challenges, and their communities, and can serve as a catalyst for preservation opportunities.
The Most Endangered Program is about so much more than preserving the history of old buildings. It is about elevating the stories of people and places - past and present - that make our Commonwealth so rich and vibrant. But this work does not begin and end with Preservation Massachusetts. It takes a strong coalition of advocates to come together to achieve positive outcomes for their historic resources and the places they call home.
The theme for this year's Most Endangered Program is "Planning for Community," and we are proud to highlight resources that are not only historically significant, but also emphasize continued importance and possibility for their communities.
To learn more about the Most Endangered Program, please visit our website.
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