A Washington-wide nonprofit helps old places survive — and thrive

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Three of LaCrosse’s historic rock bunk houses that are almost finished being restored and modernized.

Since 1976, the nonprofit Washington Trust for Historic Preservation has been advocating to save old places from oblivion.

Based in Seattle, the statewide organization oversees grant programs, lobbies for public policy supporting historic preservation and helps connect eligible projects with funding. The trust also maintains a list of the “Most Endangered Places” of historic significance across Washington.

“Really, our goal is to work to save and

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