In order to effectively advocate for historic sites, we have to connect visitors to those places—both in person and online. As a follow-up to the recent “Transmedia Storytelling” panel ...
This is the slide deck for the webinar "Historical Storytelling Through Technology" which aired on January 16, 2018.
The "Group of Six" instructions to the tax writing committees did not instruct them to keep the Historic Tax Credit as they draft their tax reform bills. Join the webinar to hear what ...
This is the slide deck for the webinar "Commerce + Interpretation: The Possibilities, Pitfalls, and Principles of Shared Use at Historic Sites" which streamed on September 26, 2017.
The shared use model for Cooper-Molera in Monterey, California was developed with replicability in mind. With the project now underway, we will hear from Douglas Wiele of Foothill Partners, ...
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Join Robert Rosenbaum, Josh Ewing and staff from the National Trust for Historic Preservation to examine the Trump Administration’s review of certain national monuments designated under ...
Small local businesses contribute to the vitality of older neighborhoods. In addition to offering essential service, they serve as community anchors and contribute to a neighborhood’s ...
Leveraging previous research about the benefits that older, smaller buildings bring to cities, the Atlas of ReUrbanism is a new tool to help urban leaders and advocates understand the ...
Join preservation partners and National Trust President and CEO, Stephanie Meeks, for a presentation of the most pressing policy issues facing the preservation community in the months ...
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