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Sessions, Tours and Registrations.. Oh My!

So our registration has gone live for the 2019 Massachusetts Historic Preservation Conference on Friday, September 20 in Plymouth, MA! If you're curious as to what sessions, tours and panels we have in store for you, be sure to visit our conference page where you can see the day at-a-glance, read session descriptions and (of course), register for the conference, either online or with a mail in form. We're 52 days out and they will certainly fly by, so be sure to visit the conference site and register today!

Registration Is Now Open!

Registration is now LIVE for the 2019 Massachusetts Historic Preservation Conference. On Friday, September 20, attendees will gather in Plymouth to learn, share and network about all things preservation related and more. Educational sessions, discussion panels and tours will also explore the theme of "Untold Stories in Preservation". Session topics range from "How Can Technology Support Landscape Preservation", "Preserving Your Historic Home: Resources for New Owners of Old Houses", "Opportunity Zones" to " Feasibility Study Fatigue", "Archaeology in Plymouth" and more! And of course, tours will include walking tours of the waterfront, local Community Preservation Act funded projects and

In 2 Months... You Belong Here!

We are two months away from the 2019 Massachusetts Historic Preservation Conference on Friday, September 20! Plymouth will be the stage for us to explore our theme of "Untold Stories in Preservation" through educational sessions, discussion, and networking (and of course, tours!) Registration news will be announced early next week so be sure to check your email or our website for more updates! Learn more about the 2019 conference here. Who Should Attend? Anyone interested, invested, curious, active, or committed to history, buildings, landscapes, community, planning, heritage, culture, the environment, preservation, conservation, etc. Anyone who sees the beauty, importance and potentia

Archive Update: Adaptive Reuse of Historic Churches Presentation

Last month, the Western Massachusetts Historic Commissions Coalition held a meeting in Great Barrington on the topic of Adaptive Reuse of Historic Churches. Fittingly held in St. James Place (a restored and converted historic church), attendees heard about several model projects and ask questions of the speakers, including Partners for Sacred Places. Learn more about the speakers below and (best of all), visit our presentation archive to view the presentations for yourself. Many thanks to all of our speakers, and the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission for hosting. Visit the WMHCC page to learn more about upcoming meetings and topics. Presentation Archive - Select the WMHCC folder and scr

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