INTO North America Region
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News from the North America Region
- Grants Now Available: African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund
The African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund provides grants ranging from $50,000 to $150,000. Last year, 22 projects received a total of $1.6 million dollars, with projects spanning the US, from the African Meeting House in Boston to Historic Westside in Las Vegas. These grants are designed to advance ongoing preservation activities for historic places ...
- Canada to Cornwall: the INTO network in action
Operational expertise from England advising the National Trust for Canada
In July 2019, Assistant Director of Operations Nick Lawrence, based at the National Trust in Cornwall, travelled to Canada with an INTO grant. His mission was to share expertise in property acquisition and operational strategy.
The request came from Natalie Bull, CEO of the National Trust for ...
- PastForward Preservation Conference Comes to Denver in 2019
Register today for the premier educational and networking event for those who are passionate about saving places, PastForward 2019, October 10-12 in Denver. PastForward creates an unmatched opportunity to network, learn, and be inspired. Combining both the practical and the aspirational, it’s the place this fall to gather with your peers across the country to ask ...
- Register for Preservation Law Conference, June 25, DC – In Person or Virtually Join leading preservation attorneys, scholars, and professionals for the latest developments and trends in historic preservation law. Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits and virtual attendee options available. Register today.
- Princess Dana to speak at ICNT Princess Dana Firas is to join the stellar line-up of speakers at next month’s ICNT in Bermuda. President of the Petra National Trust, Jordan’s oldest national non-governmental organisation in the field of heritage protection and preservation, she has been working for more than two decades to promote cultural heritage preservation, education and sustainable development in ...
- Online Learning: Ensuring Perpetuity: Effective Easement (Covenant) Monitoring
Date & Time: March 13, 2019 from 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm ET (1:00 pm – 2:00 pm MT)
NOTE: In much of the world easements are known as Covenants. They are essentially the same thing.
Full Description: Monitoring is a critical component of a preservation organization’s easement program. While regular monitoring is important to establish a ...
- Preservation Leadership Forum: Upcoming Trainings
Learn more about the following Preservation Leadership Trainings® at Forum.SavingPlaces.org/conferences-training: ReImagining Intersections at Historic Sites (Feb.27-Mar. 1, Washington, D.C.) will provide attendees with the tools and strategies to center underrepresented stories at historic sites; Telling the Full History at Our Historic Sites (Mar. 27, Hartford, CT) will offer strategies and tools to understand, interpret, and ...
- TrustLive: Resaving Saved Places Livestream (Feb. 5) — no cost to virtually attend
Is a place ever truly saved? Fifty years after the passage of the National Historic Preservation Act and decades since we secured the future of places like Larimar Square in Colorado and the Ashley River Road near Charleston, we find ourselves revisiting familiar places confronting new threats. Resaving Saved Places will feature a keynote by ...
- Preservation Leadership Forum is hosting two free webinars in January Preservation Leadership Forum is hosting two free webinars in January—Opportunity Zones and the Preservation Community< on January 17 and Rosenwald Schools GIS Project on January 30. Visit Forum.SavingPlaces.org/forum-webinar for more details.
- Videos from the November PastForward conference in San Francisco now posted
Watch select programming from last year’s PastForward conference in San Francisco on the #PastForward18 YouTube Playlist. The playlist includes the TrustLive presentations, which kicked off conversations around the main PastForward 2018 themes: the culture-nature connection, intangible heritage, and resilience. Videos of the awards presentations, as well as the Opening and Closing remarks are available on the playlist.
- Preservation Awards: Call for Nominations
Nominate a Deserving Individual, Organization, or Project Now!
The call for nominations for the 2019 National Preservation Awards is now open. Honor the people, places, and organizations making a difference and submit your nominations by February 1.
Award categories include:
Richard H. Driehaus Foundation National Preservation Awards: Celebrating the “best of the best” in preservation projects.
The Louise du ...
- PastForward Preservation Conference–Livestreaming Nov 13-16
Virtually Attend the PastForward Preservation Conference for Free
PastForward is the premier educational and networking event for those who are passionate about saving places, and if you can’t be there in person in San Francisco, join virtually November 13-16. Select conference programming including the Welcome Address and the Closing Luncheon will be livestreamed. In addition, the ...