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The Rosenwald Schools GIS Mapping Project
January 30, 2019 | 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST 


This webinar will highlight the important role of Rosenwald Schools in American history and the present day. John Hildreth, Senior Advisor for Special Projects at the National Trust, will explain the historical context of Rosenwald Schools. Ian Spangler, PhD student at the University of Kentucky, will then do a deep dive into an ongoing GIS mapping project, examining their current status as well as the potential role of the GIS dataset going forward.

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Ensuring Perpetuity: Effective Easement Monitoring
March 13, 2019 | 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST

Newlands Mansion, Reno, Nevada

Monitoring is a critical component of a preservation organization’s easement program. While regular monitoring is important to establish a property’s compliance with its easement, it can also be a valuable tool to improve relationships between an easement property owner and the easement-holding organization. This webinar provides the nuts and bolts of easement monitoring, from before, during, and after the monitoring visit. 

Speakers, including Raina Regan, Senior Manager of Easements, National Trust for Historic Preservation, and David Amott, Preservation Programs Director, Preservation Utah, will discuss the importance of developing a good monitoring routine, from developing standardized procedures, how to conduct a site visit effectively, different approaches to monitoring reports, and how to address violations. 

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