The Preservation Alliance of Minnesota is looking for historic properties around the state that need special attention.
The organization puts out a Top 10 Most Endangered Historic Places list every year to raise awareness of historic properties that are threatened because of “proposed demolition, neglect, severe alteration, or inappropriate public policy.” It’s looking for nominations for this year.
Over the past 16 years, the group has listed 132 properties and says that two-thirds have been saved, in part by the program’s publicity.
This year, the alliance will give a $2,500 seed grant to one of the listed properties, and people will be able to vote for the winner after the 10 properties are listed in May.
Get a PDF nomination form at the organization’s website; they’re due Jan. 29.