Founded in 1977, Restore Oregon works on the front lines and behind the scenes to empower Oregonians to reimagine and transform their communities through the preservation and reuse of historic and cultural places. We believe in a vibrant and equitable Oregon where historic preservation and reuse are crucial to solving the problems we face locally, statewide, and globally. As a statewide, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Restore Oregon represents thousands of homeowners and renters, community activists, environmentalists, preservation-minded businesses, and supporters and users of historic places across Oregon. We advocate for effective preservation policies and incentives, deliver preservation-focused education programs, and directly intervene to save endangered places.
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The Restore Oregon team has been invaluable to the success of restoring the Billy Webb Elks Lodge and its place in the community. We need them, and they need you.
Restore Oregon’s mission is to empower Oregonians to reimagine and transform their communities through preservation and reuse of historic and cultural places. By investing time and resources in understanding the needs of Oregon’s rural communities, we can reframe what preservation means in rural Oregon and make a greater impact by creating and implementing innovative new tools and processes that can help solve rural challenges.
"There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about."
“Thank you, Restore Oregon -- this is the best opportunity some of these communities will ever have to strengthen their theaters and their downtowns.”
“Knowing you are "not alone out there" when trying to restore or operate these historic buildings is great.”