Preservation Conference: April 21, 2017

 

Amid new trends in population, the economy, housing, transportation, and climate, this statewide gathering in Concord will raise awareness of the ways that New Hampshire is changing and what these changes mean for the preservation and protection of our historic buildings and community character. 

Through workshops, lectures, and tours participants will learn from experts and see examples of how communities and organizations were leveraging their historic assets to strengthen local economies, promote social interaction, and build a more resilient future.  Specific topics include collaborations with conservation, agriculture and planning efforts; challenges and opportunities in historic downtowns; and new models for both municipalities and non-profits to manage and protect historic properties.

Send your session ideas, suggestions or concerns to projects@nhpreservation.org.

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