Preserving Community Character: Critical Issues and Opportunities Statewide Historic Preservation Conference
Join the Alliance for our biennial conference for preservation advocates and practitioners! Hear about critical issues and opportunities in the field of historic preservation, and learn from recognized experts and community leaders. Sessions will focus on strategies for saving and repurposing community landmarks, promoting sustainability, effective planning, working with a project team, best practices in communications and for successful fundraising, and more. Choose from breakout sessions following the keynote address, and enjoy lunchtime group discussions and walking tours of downtown Concord with visits to recent and current construction projects. Cap off the day with a networking reception featuring preservation-related refreshments at the New Hampshire Historical Society (a recent preservation award winner).
Keynote Address: “Why Preservation Should Matter: Building a Progressive Preservation Movement” Max Page, Professor of Architecture and History, Director of the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Concord City Auditorium, 25 Green Street (entrance on Prince Street)