Get involved in planning the future of Nissequogue River State Park to help protect the legacy of York Hall (one of our 2017 Endangered Historic Places). Public meetings announced for December 13th and December 15th.
Tag: Historic Preservation
2:00 PM to 3:00 PM via Zoom
Preservation Long Island Curatorial Fellow, Peter Fedoryk, will discuss the life and artwork of landscape artist, Edward Lange who painted Long Island homesteads, businesses, railroad depots, and harbor front in precise detail during the 1870s and 80s. FREE.
Check out our illustrated 2022 Year at a Glance with highlights from the year’s events and programs. Your continued support helps us to provide public programming and advocacy services, as well as maintain each of our four historic properties.
We have good news to report! The oldest known structure in Port Jefferson Station still located at its historic building site and threatened by neglect has been purchased by the Village of Port Jefferson.
Read the article written by Preservation Long Island Curator Lauren Brincat and Curatorial Fellow Peter Fedoryk about the Long Island artist Edward Lange featured in a recent issue of the premier publication on the decorative arts!
Our Endangered Historic Places Program offers Long Islanders an opportunity to advocate for preservation priorities in their communities. Nominations are open to the public and due November 15, 2022.