Action Alert: Help Advocate While Team RO Visits Washington DC

Two Restore Oregon staff members are currently in Washington D.C. for the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s PastForward national preservation conference, the first in-person conference offered since the pandemic. And we are taking full advantage of the conference’s D.C. location to advance our federal legislative advocacy forward. While we are meeting with members and staff […]

Update on the Albina Preservation Initiative

The Albina Preservation Initiative was launched earlier this year to help bridge the gap between traditional historic preservation practices and the lived experiences of BIPOC communities to create a safe space for difficult discussions and to document and share Black preservation methods and stories, establishing a path forward for inclusive preservation statewide. This hands-on initiative […]

Welcome our new Office Manager

Welcome our new Office Manager, Nastya Kline! Here’s a little about themselves: I’m Nastya Kline (they/them), and I’m the Office Manager. I’m a queer, non-binary, neurodivergent person with a background in labor and community organizing. I spent the start of COVID working as front desk staff for Central City Concern (medical and behavioral health clinic) […]


Ashland’s Historic Railroad District is just one example of Oregon’s historic districts and Main Streets potentially threatened under provisions in HB 3414. (Image courtesy of George Kramer) Call to Action – Oppose: HB 3414 Would Jeopardize Historic Protections and Design Regulations Statewide and Undermine Local Review  Please join Restore Oregon in lending your voice in […]