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Preservation Profiles and Value of Podcasting During a Pandemic

At the start of 2020, the National Preservation Institute (NPI) was looking for ways to mark their 40 th anniversary—and then the pandemic hit. NPI had been providing in-person training in historic preservation and cultural resource management, but found itself needing to pivot in the face...

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Forum Webinar: Virtual Public Meetings Part 2: Learning from the Field

With traditional, in-person public meetings on hold for the foreseeable future, local preservation commissions and advocates are exploring new ways to conduct their work and engage community members. To inform these efforts, the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the National Alliance...


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[Slide Deck and Resources] Virtual Public Meetings Part 2: Learning from the Field

With traditional, in-person public meetings on hold for the foreseeable future, local preservation commissions and advocates are exploring new ways to conduct their work and engage community members. To inform these efforts, the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the National Alliance...

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Forum Webinar: Virtual Public Meetings (Part 1 & 2)

On May 19, 2020 Preservation Leadership Forum, in partnership with the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions (NAPC) hosted the first of two webinars on Virtual Public Meetings. Part One focused on the legal issues surrounding this shift to virtual meetings, while part two took a look at...

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[Slide Deck] Forum Webinar: Transforming Digital Engagement at Historic Sites

As we all know, preservationists and history professionals across the country have been forced to shift overnight the way they share, engage, and tell their stories from in-person programming to the digital realm. We recognize this has not been easy. Our webinar from Preservation Leadership...

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Using Laser Scanning Technology to Record the LULAC Council 60 Clubhouse

When driving down Bagby Street in Houston, Texas, a bustling one-way throughway, you will zoom right by a white stucco two-story structure. If you do notice the old house that was built in 1907, you may not think anything about the unassuming, and decaying, building. The LULAC Council 60...

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