In accordance with the latest public health directive from the Governor of New York, Preservation Long Island’s operations are currently limited to the digital space. As always, all inquiries and service requests will be responded to in a timely manner during regular business hours. Our website and social media platforms will be updated regularly with digital content and will reflect the most current information about our events, public programs, and historic houses.
To all our nonprofit colleagues: The team at Preservation Long Island is working together to face the challenges of the COVID-19 emergency, and we’d like to share some excellent information from the National Council of Nonprofits, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the U.S. Senate with you. A webinar […]
Attention all Long Island museums, historic sites, and other preservation-related organizations! Discover Long Island is offering a FREE Community Partner Program to support businesses and organizations that serve our region’s $6.1 billion tourism industry during the COVID-19 emergency. While you’re visiting the Discover Long Island website, be sure to take […]
An important message from the New York State Council on the Arts with links to resources for museums and other arts or cultural organizations.
Preservation Long Island announces the launch of a major initiative to reinterpret the 18th-century Joseph Lloyd Manor, where Jupiter Hammon (1711–ca.1806), one of the first published African American authors was enslaved and wrote powerfully about the social and moral conflicts slavery raised in the newly formed United States.
Sag Harbor’s SANS community and Elmhurst’s African American Burial Ground are among the Preservation League of New York State’s “Seven to Save 2020-2021”. Thanks to the League for bringing statewide attention to these at-risk historic places on Long Island!