Nominate property for Seven to Save program

The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance’s deadline is Monday, Sept. 14, for nominations for its Seven to Save program, which spotlights endangered historic properties and helps attract new investment and reuse options for community landmarks.

Criteria for Seven to Save include the property’s historical or architectural significance, severity of the current threat and the extent to which the Seven to Save listing would help in preserving or protecting the property.

The Seven to Save program is now in its tenth year, with nearly half of the previously listed sites now considered saved.

It often takes several years to make significant progress toward preservation, however.

Properties from recent years whose future is still uncertain include the Farley Building in Hollis, the 70-meter ski jump at Gunstock Mountain Resort and the Gas Holder in Concord.

Nomination forms may be downloaded at www.nhpreservation.org.