Strong Foundations

As Preserve Arkansas’ new executive director, Rachel Silva finds the voice to speak up for the state’s historic structures


“Nobody does this alone,” she says. “No building is saved single-handedly. There are always multiple people involved.”

Speaking with Rachel Silva about her tenure at the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, you tend to hear this a lot. How it

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