- Sep 30, 2017
Historic New England Field School: Using Easements to Protect Historic Properties
Join Historic New England preservation experts for an in-depth course designed for historic preservation students and professionals. Learn how to develop, use, and monitor preservation easements to protect historic properties in perpetuity, as well as the legal and structural requirements of preservation restriction agreements. Find out how Historic New England's Preservation Easement Program protects 104 privately owned properties across the region, including monitoring p
- Sep 29, 2017
Grants from Mass Humanities: Deadline Approaching
Mass Humanities offers small grants for Discussion and Local History programs throughout the year. Their latest round deadline is approaching quickly for some great funding opportunities for programs. Letters of Interest are due by October 2! The following are being offered: Discussion Grants Local History Grants, including Research Inventory Grants and Scholar in Residence Grants Click here to get all the details from Mass Humanities and hurry to take advantage of this great
- Sep 26, 2017
#MHPC2017: What a Success!!
The 2017 Massachusetts Historic Preservation Conference took place on Friday, September 22 and by all accounts, it was a tremendous success! We were welcomed with open arms to Lowell for a day of education, inspiration, motivation and strengthening our collective preservation community. Many thanks to all of our attendees, speakers, sponsors, volunteers and of course our generous local hosts, the Lowell National Historical Park, the Lowell Historic Board and the City of Lowel
- Sep 12, 2017
Did Someone Say "Free Boat Rides"?