The future of "preservation" - Kennesaw Mt.

Dan Brown, acting superintendent of Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, says the park itself is likely to survive, but not because of its historical significance. "People are basically using the park because it's one of the few open spaces left to stretch their legs and recreate," Brown said.
That's the future of ACW preservation given the current mania for multipurposing the land and partnering with state and federal park systems - the future is total oblivion for the historical meaning of the site.

If that's a good thing, you know which organizations to support. Go for it.