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Preserve the Past, Build for the Future Webinar Series
April 27 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT
Thank you for your interest in Preserve the Past, Build For the Future, a four-part webinar series presented by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation. We hope for those of you who have attended, you found the programs to be interesting and beneficial.
You can view the recordings of the first three webinars on the ACHP YouTube Channel at the links below.
Find a Career in Historic Preservation and Related Fields https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oj4u2CRmtEs
Interpreting Enslaved People’s History Into Historic Sites https://youtu.be/Gx4pxyo3xw4
Preserving African American Burial Sites https://youtu.be/r420KYlSy9E
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The final webinar, Natural Disasters and Their Threat to Historic Preservation, will take place Wednesday, April 27, 5 p.m. ET
As sea levels rise and more flooding occurs, historic properties are in peril. The ACHP promotes sustainable and resilient communities where historic properties are used as assets for promoting energy efficiency and community livability, and are protected from climate impacts. The ACHP is helping ensure the federal government addresses historic properties as it creates and implements sustainability and climate resilience policies and programs. In this session, we will bring together industry experts to discuss historic preservation amidst climate threats.
Dru Null, ACHP Dir. of the Office of Preservation Initiatives – ACHP Climate Change Task Force.
Lisa Craig, the Craig Group – Industry Perspective
Jorie Clark, Ph.D., US Forest Service, Forest Service Northern Region (MT), Regional Heritage Program Lead – Forest Fires and their Threat to traditional cultural resources.
Kyle Spencer, City of Norfolk, VA, Deputy Resilience Officer – Local Perspective
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