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Get Ready to Heart Bomb Feb. 17

Each February, Restoration Exchange Omaha leads a pack of enthusiastic preservationists on a “heart bombing” mission. The group’s target – once proud structures that continue to degrade while the world moves on around them. The intent is twofold: to draw...

New Name, Same Great Conference

The annual historic preservation conference you know and love has a new name and a new look. Restore Omaha is now the Nebraska Historic Preservation Conference. “Restoration Exchange is excited to partner with the Nebraska State Historical Society to present the 2018...

FHTC Makes Final Bill Version

Nebraska main streets and urban centers got an early holiday gift – after months of local, state and nationwide advocacy focused on saving the Federal Historic Tax Credit, it has been retained in the final iteration of the new tax reform bill. “Thank you...

2016-17 Annual Report Online

Editor’s Note: Restoration Exchange’s 2016-17 Annual Report is now available online. 2017-18 Board President Adam Andrews summarizes the group’s accomplishments in the letter below. Give it a read, then consider a donation to help the progress...