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Virginia Department of Historic Resources

Stewardship of State-Owned Historic Property

Stewardship of State-Owned Properties Report

Important Links for State Stewardship

State Stewardship Report

Contents:

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In the fall of 2012, the University of Mary Washington completed a first draft of its campus Preservation Plan. The Plan surveyed and categorized the historic buildings on campus into levels of significance. DHR has partnered with UMW for several years now to ntegrate preservation planning into its long-range plans.
Preface

Executive Summary

Planning for the Next Fifty Years

Climate Change and Preparedness

Preservation Management Plans

Current Economic Climate

Case Study for Planning Success: Fort Monroe

Threatened: Fort Wool

DHR Initiatives to Promote Stewardship

Models of Exemplary State Stewardship

Status Report on 2013 Recommendations

Priority List of State-Owned Properties Recommended for Listing on the Virginia Landmarks Register (VLR)


Priority List of Significant State-Owned Properties Threatened with Loss of Historic Integrity or Functionality

Recommendations for 2013--2015:

Stewardship Recommendations for 2015-2017

Priority List of State-Owned Properties Recommended for Listing on the Virginia Landmarks Register

Priority List of Significant State-Owned Properties Threatened with the Loss of Historic Integrity or Functionality

Recommendations for 2015-2017

References & Resources

Appendix A: Text of SB 462/ 10.1-2202.3
Appendix B: Status Report on Previous Priority Recommendations for Listing on the VLR
Appendix C: Status Report on Previous Priority Recommendations for Threatened Resources
Glossary


Posted: 4.5.16