Statewide Preservation Conference

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Our April 2015 conference was a big success! We will be posting materials from the event shortly.

Keeping our Place:   New Realities for Historic Preservation in New Hampshire

Amid new trends in population, the economy, housing, transportation, and climate, this statewide gathering will raise awareness of the ways that New Hampshire is changing and what these changes mean for the preservation and protection of our historic buildings and community character. 

Through workshops, lectures, tours, and more, participants will learn from experts and see examples of how communities and organizations can leverage their historic assets to strengthen local economies, promote social interaction, and build a more resilient future.  Specific topics will include collaborations with conservation, agriculture and planning efforts; challenges and opportunities in historic downtowns; and new models for both municipalities and non-profits to manage and protect historic properties.  

Reception to follow the conference from 4:30pm-6:30pm.

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Generous sponsors include Bedard Preservation and Restoration, Ian Blackman, LLC Restoration and PreservationMerrimack County Savings Bank, N.H. Historical Society, ReVision Energy, and Fifield Building Relocation and RestorationElizabeth Durfee Hengen Preservation ConsultantMilestone Engineering & Construction, Inc.N.H. Community Development Finance Authority, and Samyn-D’Elia Architects, PA, and BCM Environmental & Land Law, PLLC and Warrenstreet Architects, Inc.

Organizational Sponsors include AIA New HampshireIntown ConcordHistoric New England, Jordan Institute and Resilient Buildings Group,  National Trust for Historic PreservationNew Hampshire Community Development Finance AuthorityNew Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development, Bureau of Historic SitesNew Hampshire Division of Historical ResourcesNew Hampshire Historical SocietyN.H. Land and Community Heritage Investment ProgramNew Hampshire Municipal Association, New Hampshire Vibrant Communities, Plan New HampshirePlymouth State University College of Graduate Studies, and University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension.