- Mar 17, 2020
An Important PM Update: Covid-19
To Our Members, Partners and Colleagues, As you are more than well aware, the Covid-19 situation in our Commonwealth and country is...
- Mar 6, 2020
The Benefits of Historic Preservation - Topic for next WMHCC Meeting - March 25
Wednesday March 25, 2020 (SNOW DATE 3/31/2020) 10am-12pm At the John W. Olver Transit Center, First Floor Allen Meeting Room, 12 Olive...
- Feb 25, 2020
It Takes Collaboration! Membership Month 2020
Collaboration: the process of two or more people or organizations working together to complete a task or achieve a goal. In preservation...
- Dec 5, 2019
"Work Your Magic!"
“Work your magic.” In the world of advocacy, what needs to be done often feels as impossible as pulling a rabbit out of a hat. When...
- Nov 6, 2019
Where Are They Now? Revisiting Massachusetts' Most Endangered Historic Resources
Looking back on some past Most Endangered Historic Resources for updates, lessons and inspiration to move preservation forward in Massachuse
- Oct 28, 2019
Take Action! New Action Center Debuts
It’s very simple; you have questions and you need answers. Sometimes knowing where to turn for those answers is just as challenging as...
- Jul 12, 2019
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...
- Feb 10, 2019
All You Need Is... Belief!
Membership Month 2019 When you believe in something, you start to make it a reality. Looking at a building, in dire need of repair,...
- Feb 7, 2019
All You Need Is... Membership Month!
February is Membership Month! Preservation is all about "the feels"; how you feel about your community, historic buildings, streetscapes,...
- Dec 26, 2018
A "Home Town" Hall: A Storyteller Installment
Storytelling is an integral part of history. Stories teach, they inspire, they motivate, they caution. Stories tell where you have been...