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Preservation New Jersey offers a variety of programs aimed at improving New Jersey's historic preservation efforts and saving historic buildings and neighborhoods and special places.
Ten Most Endangered Historic Sites
Sites selected for the 10 Most Endangered Sites List benefit from increased local and regional media attention to their plight.
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Heritage Partnership of New Jersey
Addressing the growing concern over the fate of historic resources on protected open space and farmland.
Heritage Partnership Leasing Toolkit
The Toolkit outlines the general process, providing resources and information relevant to leasing a state owned historic property on publicly preserved land.
Commission Assistance and Mentoring Program (CAMP)
PNJ, in collaboration with the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions (NAPC) and the New Jersey Historic Preservation Office, presents intensive training for preservation commissioners, staff, elected officials, and anyone involved with municipal historic preservation by nationally recognized experts.
PNJ brings together leaders from neighborhood groups, community organizations and other preservation advocates from various regions across the state to discuss preservation concerns, share information and techniques, and to help find solutions to issues that are affecting the historic character and quality of neighborhoods and communities.
A preservation easement is a voluntary legal agreement between a property owner and Preservation New Jersey (PNJ) that insures the long-term protection of the property’s historic character and value, even if the property is transferred to subsequent owners. The Internal Revenue Service recognizes the voluntary donation of a preservation easement as a charitable tax deduction when such easements comply with certain conditions and regulations, and when donated to a “qualified organization.” Preservation New Jersey is recognized as a qualified organization for accepting easements and has developed its program to comply with IRS regulations.