Georgia Historic Preservation Conference April 26-27

The Georgia Historic Preservation Division has announced the 2013 State Historic Preservation Conference, set for April 26-27 in Milledgeville.

The statewide conference will bring together preservation professionals, non-profit members, board members, planners, architects, architectural historians, archaeologists, city and county administrators, city and county council members, city and county attorneys, landscape architects, historic preservation commission (HPC) members, genealogists, historians, and planning and preservation students from across Georgia.

These two days of presentations, site visits, social events, and networking are made possible through a partnership between HPD, the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Georgia Alliance of Preservation Commissions. For the first time, the statewide HPC Training will be held simultaneously with the State Historic Preservation Conference and the Georgia Trust’s Spring Ramble. Full credit for training will be given to Certified Local Government historic preservation commission members and staff who attend. The conference will include educational sessions as well as site visits to nearby successful preservation projects.

For more information — including the call for session proposals, agenda, travel recommendations, and registration — visit http://www.georgiashpo.org/2013conference.

Contact Outreach Program Manager, Leigh Burns, at leigh.burns@dnr.state.ga.us with any questions.

Registration Information

Regular registration – $125
Historic Preservation Commission registration – $125
Student registration (does not include Andalusia reception) – $100
Registration with AIA credit – $165
Registration with ABA credit – $165

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