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In the News

Spotlight on Connecticut Landmarks

Suffield Observer, May 1, 2024


CTH Awards $144,047 in Major Grants to 11 Cultural Nonprofits for Community-Strengthening Capacity, Planning, & Implementation Programs

Connecticut Humanities, January 30, 2024


2024 CT’s Historic Gardens Day Poster Contest Winner Announced

Connecticut’s Historic Gardens, December 21, 2023


Readers’ Choice Winners 2023 – Rural Intelligence

Rural Intelligence, December 1, 2023


The Chronicle Best of 2023

The Chronicle, October 29, 2023


Sleeping with the Ancestors in Connecticut

Grating the Nutmeg Podcast, October 15, 2023


Asher Benjamin, Connecticut’s Early Builder and Architect 1773-1845

Grating the Nutmeg Podcast, October 1, 2023


New Frameworks for Evaluating Historic Properties

National Council on Public History (NCPH) History@Work, September 22, 2023


National Park Service and partner agencies announce $25.7 million in Save America’s Treasures grants

National Park Service, September 12, 2023


An Island in a Rural Sea: Palmer-Warner House as Queer Sanctuary

Connecticut Explored, Summer 2023


Craftsmanship in Two Connecticut Landmarks

Connecticut Explored, Spring 2022


Connecticut Landmarks Receives Grants from Connecticut Humanities

January 26, 2022


New Executive Director Moves to Suffield

The Suffield Observer, December 1, 2021


Connecticut Author Martha Hall Kelly on Her New Book “Sunflower Sisters”

Where We Live, April 2, 2021


Aaron Marcavitch Named Connecticut Landmarks Executive Director

August 31, 2020


At Home in CT

WTIC, June 28, 2020

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