HPD's programs promote partnerships statewide.
Tax Credits, grants, and loans form economic partnerships with homeowners, entrepreneurs and community development organizations such as MainStreet.
HPD's programs form economic partnerships with homeowners, entrepreneurs and community development organizations.
Archaeological Permits, the State and National Registers, and the Archaeological Records Management Section work because of alliances with community researchers, consultants, engineering firms, universities and others conducting surveys of archaeological resources or architecture that contribute to New Mexico's cultural heritage.
Section 106 and project reviews help ensure the laws of the nation and New Mexico that protect cultural resources continue to provide guidance in preserving our physical and cultural heritage.
Outreach programs, such as Heritage Preservation Month and SiteWatch take us to every corner of New Mexico and give communities the chance to highlight their preservation achievements, engage the public and preserve cultural resources.