Why Should We Care About an International National Trust Movement?

This Place Matters at Dublin Castle with Catherine LeonardWe have just completed a wonderful International Conference of National Trusts here in Dublin—the 13th in the history of the National Trust movement. I suspect that when a small group of Anglophiles gathered together in the 1970s in Scotland for what became the first gathering of the world’s National Trusts, they could not have imagined either the spread of their movement or the diversity of people, countries, issues and models that we have seen this week from among the 200+ delegates in attendance.

To read my full post on the wrap-up to the ICNT13, visit the PreservationNation blog.

More to come…

DJB

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