Oregon’s Most Endangered Places

Saving Oregon’s Endangered Places

From Oregon Trail pioneer homesteads to the former home of a Black suffragist, these unique places tell the story of who we are.

Nominated by people across the state, our annual list of Oregon’s Most Endangered Places spotlights their value as cultural and economic assets. We then bring together rehabilitation expertise, resources, and local support to revitalize these properties so they can again contribute to their communities and be passed forward to future generations.

Since 2011, over $58,000 in Restore Oregon seed grants have been awarded for preservation plans, National Register nominations, and physical restoration projects.

The Most Endangered Places program is one of Restore Oregon’s core initiatives, with significant staff time, resources, and volunteer efforts devoted to the preservation of these unique historic places. The 2017 list was announced November 11, 2016.

Oregon’s Most Endangered Places

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Previously listed as one of Oregon’s Most Endangered Places

Statewide Partner of the National Trust for Historic Preservation