National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Conference: Beyond Boundaries
Spokane WA | October 31 - November 3, 2012
Come to Spokane to discover and explore preservation’s role in cities, towns and rural communities. Let’s talk about what confines us in our work and our mission, and how we can expand the role of preservation in revitalizing cities, combating sprawl, creating jobs, saving energy, preserving landscapes and building community. How can we better partner and work with traditional and new partners to increase preservation’s relevance in modern communities? How do we become better advocates for the movement in our hometowns?
Come to Spokane to bridge chasms, break tradition, and explore what going beyond boundaries can do to move preservation deeper into the consciousness of Americans of all ages, backgrounds, and outlooks.
Conference registration includes admission to all of the conference’s non-ticketed sessions and special events: Opening Plenary, education sessions, “Conversation Starter Sessions, special lectures, Exhibit Hall, and Opening Reception. There is an additional fee for field sessions/tours and many of the Affiliate Events. Events that list a price require a ticket, these events are not included in the registration fee.
SUPER EARLY BIRD DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL JULY 31