The Oregon Heritage Conference (May 8-10, 2003 in Ashland) shows how individuals and committed organizations can meet the challenges of conserving, interpreting and promoting different aspects of Oregonís unique heritage. These diverse efforts involve people with different goals, perspectives, objectives, incentives and support. These people, both professionals and volunteers, have undertaken projects that create and preserve the tangible and intangible aspects of Oregon heritage, as well as develop the organizations with which they are connected.
Sessions are usually in a presentation/discussion format, and feature one or more speakers with special expertise who explain or demonstrate programs and procedures of particular interest to professionals and volunteers at heritage institutions. These sessions are organized around important aspects of Oregonís heritage and typically feature presentation of papers by experts who have new or pertinent information that contributes to the understanding of a particular topic.
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