Join Colorado Preservation, Inc. - January 31 - February 3!

Posted by: Sarah Ripple on Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 12:00:00 am

This year they’re focusing on the Power of Place “allowing us to explore the connection between people and place, celebrate Colorado’s diverse history, recognize the role of heritage in forming community identity, and discuss incentives available for the reuse of historic places in our communities.”

Click here for the full agenda. And click here to register!

With over 75 sessions, workshops and tours, it’s sure to be a great experience - we’d love to hear from attendees after the conference to discuss lessons learned!


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