Preservation Conversations

In 2020, how we operated and did our jobs changed drastically. In an effort to continue our educational mission and provide an opportunity for connections, we created Preservation Conversations. Each week, PM hosted a virtual meeting where participants could learn from PM's professional staff and guest contributors on a variety of preservation topics and (most importantly) ask questions directly.
 

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Our preliminary "conversations" were a success, and we were glad to bring them back for 2022. Tune in each month for a guest presentation or discussion on a preservation agenda item. Remember to bring your questions and topics of discussion, or just grab a coffee and listen in. All conversations will be recorded and hosted on our YouTube channel and website. 

We're excited to see where a new season of Preservation Conversations will take us!

 

 

What would YOU like to talk about or learn in 2023?

Take our survey and help shape our schedule going forward. 

Upcoming Conversations
There are no more Preservation Conversations scheduled for 2022
We planning a number of exciting programs for 2023. Check out this page or follow Preservation Massachusetts on social media for updates! Have suggestions for Preservation Conversation topics? Take our survey!
 
The Latest Conversations

Historic Tax Credits:

with special guest Daniel Kolodner from Klein Hornig LLP 

Preservation Lobbying 101:

Learn about the State Historic Tax Credit Program and become an effective advocate for historic preservation  

Most Endangered 101: The Nomination Application & Process

Storytelling in Preservation:

with special guests from The Preservation Trust of Vermont and Historic Boston, Inc. 

Most Endangered 201: Defining Success

Preservation Conversations Archive 
Also available as a playlist on our YouTube Channel

2021 Conversations

Meet Jenn Doherty - Local Government Programs Coordinator for the MHC

Maximizing the Value of Sacred Places with Partners for Sacred Places. 

2020 Conversations