Hosted by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, The National Preservation Conference is the premier preservation conference in the United States for professionals in preservation and allied fields, dedicated volunteers, and serious supporters. It is the single best source for information, ideas, inspiration, and contacts dealing with preserving the historic past.
This year the conference is in magnificent Tulsa, Oklahoma on October 21-25, 2008 and attendees will immerse themselves in Tulsa's wealth of historic resources and preservation successes and challenges to learn from.
Why Tulsa? Learn about their Native American Heritage, examine the really cool and hip mid-century architecture including the wealth of Art Deco and revitalized historic districts. Experience the miles and miles of Route 66 and historic neighborhoods built by oil barons. There is lots to see and learn from in Tulsa. Early Bird Registration ends July 31 but Registration will be open online until October 20.
For more information contact:
National Trust for Historic Preservation
1785 Massachusetts Avenue
Washington, DC 20036
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