Meet the Board – LaFonda Stelly

Name: LaFonda Stelly Current Occupations: Sr. Database Administrator for JRTC in Fort Polk, LA … House Flipper … Real Estate Property Stagger … Vintage Shop Owner … (if it’s a good idea, I’ll try it) Hometown: Ville Platte, LA Current Town: Leesville, LA When/how did you realize you were a preservationist?  I’ve been blessed to […]

Meet the Board – Donna Richard

Next up on our “Meet the Board” series is Donna Richard of Lake Charles.  Donna has been very active with the LTHP Board in recent years including serving as Board President in previous years. Name: Donna Richard Current Occupation: Retired accountant & teacher Hometown & Current Town:  Lake Charles, LA When/How did you realize you […]

2020 Louisiana’s Most Endangered Places Announced

Baton Rouge, LA - The state of Louisiana is full of great historic and cultural sites which are celebrated near and far.  Sometimes these historic sites suffer neglect and are threatened to be lost forever, unless there is change.  Since 1999, the Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation has identified these endangered historic places to advocate for their […]

Meet the Board – Pat Duncan

Pat has been very active with the LTHP Board of Directors over the years including our Revolving Fund Committee.  Learn more about Pat below.  If you have interested in becoming a member or involved in a committee, contact us today! ___________________________ Name: Patricia L. Duncan Current Occupation: Retired; Former National Register Coordinator at Louisiana Division […]

Meet the Board – Kelsea McCrary

We’d like to introduce a new blog series…”Meet the Board”…get to know our board members from across the state of Louisiana.  First up in our Q&A series is Kelsea McCrary. — Name: Kelsea McCrary Current Occupation: Creative placekeeping through arts, culture, historic preservation, community & economic development Hometown: Bastrop, LA Current Town: Baton Rouge, LA When […]

2020 Sponsorship Opportunities

2020 is in full gear and the Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation and partners are preparing for special events and educational programs all year long.  These events attract architects, preservationists, main street managers, cultural resource managers, community activists, historians, and all those working to save and preserve Louisiana unique heritage in all 64 parishes.  To […]