Youth Heritage Project

Application Now Open for YHP 2023

This year's YHP—our FREE overnight summer program—takes place July 18-21 at the Manhattan Project National Historical Park's Hanford Site near the Tri-Cities. High school-aged students can apply to attend by May 15. Adults interested in serving as teacher-mentors can apply by April 30.

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RevitalizeWA 2023

Session Proposals Open

Through this conference, we want to dive into the intersection of preservation, housing and livability, small business opportunity, placemaking, community wealth, and sustainability. Whether you’re interested in sharing research, highlighting tactical success stories, or even facilitating a discussion related to these ideas, please consider submitting a proposal to lead a session. Proposals due March 24.

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Community DEI Survey

Preservation is for Everybody

The Washington Trust is committed to being an inclusive, welcoming, and anti-racist organization. To ensure that our programs and activities reflect these values, we are currently undergoing a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) audit of our organization and our work. Your perspective is welcome and appreciated! Take our community DEI survey and give us your feedback.

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Advocacy Alert

Housing Bills We’re Watching

In the 2023-2024 legislative session, the Washington State Legislature has identified housing as one of the key strategies needed to achieve economic stability and growth. Learn about the bills we are tracking and how you can support historic preservation in being part of the solution.

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