The 2019 Saving Places® Conference will focus on The Next Generation of Preservation: A CALL TO ACTION which will explore the changes, threats, challenges, and successes of the preservation movement along with the communities and leaders working to move it forward. You can expect over 80 engaging sessions, workshops, and tours. AIA and APA credits available including a Preservation Leadership Training offered by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Downtown Colorado's own Executive Director Katherine Correll, and VISTA Leader Andrew Curtis, will both be presenting at 2019 Saving Places.
Katherine Correll will be presenting Tax Increment Financing: What it is and How it Can Support Historic Preservation Projects on Wednesday, February 6th at 10:30 AM.
Andrew Curtis will be presenting Using the Americorps VISTA Program to Support Historic Preservation in Rural Communities on Monday, February 4th at 9 AM.
Visit the Saving Places 2019 website for more information and to register!