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BISMARCK – The North Dakota State Historic Preservation Office released the latest version of the historic component of the state’s Historic Preservation Plan, “Historic Preservation in North Dakota, 2022-2027: A Comprehensive Statewide Plan.” It is available at bit.ly/NDHPPlan.
Each year, the National Historic Preservation Program, sponsored by the National Park Service, provides approximately $750,000 to the state to underwrite historic property surveys, nominations to the National Register of Historic Places, building restorations, protection sites, certified local government activities, technical assistance to the public. , and other initiatives.
Periodically updating the state’s comprehensive historic preservation plan is a federal requirement for North Dakota’s participation in the National Historic Preservation Program. A limited number of hard copies are available for people without internet access. Copies may also be available in other publication formats for people with special needs. For paper or other formats, contact Historic Preservation Specialist Zachary J. Lechner at 701-328-3576, [email protected], or the Division of Archeology and Historic Preservation, North Dakota Heritage Center, 612 East Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, ND 58505-0830.