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Youth Heritage Summit California: Using New Mediums to Share the Message

By Katie Rispoli Keaotamai Preservation is, by its nature, a diverse field—some preservationists document, while others conserve, restore, educate, advocate, and more. And the next generation of preservation professionals learns by doing, which makes it important to provide hands-on...

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EarthXplorers: Teaching GIS Skills in Pursuit of Preservation

By Jeni Henrickson and Aaron Doering Geographic knowledge and inquiry skills are key in today’s globally interdependent world, including within the preservation field. Understanding geographic concepts like location, place, movement, human/environment interaction, and region is key to...

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Historic Real Estate Finance Training

Historical Real Estate Finance Training information and dates Part 2: Historic Real Estate Finance Training Part 2, Problem Solving and Deal Structuring (HRE 347) "The NDC Real Estate Development Finance training was one of the most exceptional trainings I have ever had. The instructor was very...


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2017 Pocantico Fellowship

GIS historic preservation training, preservation mapping, historic preservation tools and techniques 2017 Pocantico Fellowship My two-week residence at the Marcel Breuer House offered a respite from my busy professional work life in Los Angeles–a welcome change where you suddenly find yourself...


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The National Historic Preservation Act at 50: “A Living Part of Our Community Life and Development”

This article will appear in the Fall 2016 issue of the Forum Journal. We are previewing this piece in honor of the the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) on Saturday, October 15. The full issue, a retrospective on the NHPA, will be out in November 2016. What...

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