No matter what the era your house museum or historic site represents, youíll find more than 100 learning opportunities at the National Preservation Conference that will help focus or reshape your strategic thinking. Interactive sessions provide you with the opportunity to learn from experts and share with your peers. We promise you will be armed with tips, tools, and new ways of thinking. This yearís conference will be held in Cleveland, Ohio from October 8-13, 2002.
Take a sneak peek at some of the education sessions, created by history professionals like yourself, facing common issues:
Underground Railroad Sites
Insuring Historic Property
Where Women Made History
Museum Expansion: Combining Old and New
Drayton Hallís Conservation: A Programming, Marketing and Development Success
Uncomfortable Memories: Preserving Sites with Difficult Pasts
Bring back ideas from these sessions and others that youíll implement immediately at your own historic sites. Set your personal agenda for the National Preservation Conference 2002, check out our online Schedule Planner.
Register online today or fax your registration to 202-588-6472.
The National Preservation Conference is presented by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, a private, nonprofit membership organization providing leadership, education, and advocacy to save Americaís historic places. Its 21 historic sites, 6 regional offices, and Washington, D.C. headquarters work with the Trustís quarter-million members and thousands of local community groups in all 50 states. For more information, visit the National Trustís Web site at www.nationaltrust.org or call 1-800-944-NTHP.
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