FLORIDA’S 11 TO SAVE

Each year, the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation announces its 11 to Save program as part of its annual conference. The program is designed to increase the public’s awareness of the urgent need to save Florida’s historic resources, and to empower local preservationists and preservation groups in their efforts to preserve Florida’s rich history. 

11 to Save locations are nominated by the public, reflecting historic places that matter to Florida’s communities. Inclusion on the Florida’s 11 to Save is a starting point for advocacy and education, and part of a collaborative effort to identify custom solutions for each property.

Above: House of Refuge at Gilbert’s Bar, listed in the 2021 Florida’s 11 to Save

Above: Noah’s Ark, listed in the 2022 Florida’s 11 to Save

11 TO SAVE GRANT FUND

In 2022, Florida Trust unveiled the 11 to Save Grant Fund to tangibly support 11 to Save resources by funding survey, planning, community outreach and education, development and archaeological research projects.

2024 11 TO SAVE LIST

Above: Opa-Locka City Hall, listed in the 2021 Florida’s 11 to Save

PREVIOUS 11 TO SAVE LISTS

Interested in learning about the locations featured in previous years’ 11 to Save lists? Please see previous years’ press releases below for more detail. In 2017 the program underwent a name change to better reflect the action and collaboration we commit to the locations on the list. Note: In 2016 and earlier, the list was called Florida’s Most Endangered Historic Properties.

11 TO SAVE FAQ

Do you have questions regarding Florida’s 11 to Save? Check out our FAQ! In it you will find answers to questions regarding nomination, the selection process and more.

For any additional questions please contact dkirkpatrick@floridatrust.org

NOMINATE AN 11 TO SAVE SITE

We rely on you to share the most endangered historic places in the state. The 11 to Save list becomes the focus of our outreach and advocacy for the year. You can nominate a site at any time by using this form:

Please note that as the 11 to Save committee considers the nominations submitted this year, it is likely we will follow up with you for additional information. Please make sure we have the best way to contact you. It is our policy not to disclose nominator information.

Above: Plant City High School, listed in the 2023 Florida’s 11 to Save

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