The Douglas County Heritage Conservation Council is hosting a two-day preservation conference in Baldwin City July 22nd and 23rd.
If you have a role in preserving the places that make Kansas special, you’ll find connections in Baldwin City this July at this free preservation conference. Sign up now!
Connect with others on preservation topics that matter to you during air conditioned auditorium sessions, walking tours, Meet & Greet gatherings, and browsing information tables.
Who should attend: Historic building owners Preservation advocates Street department staffers Barn owners Planners Historic site volunteers and directors Architects Cemetery officials Students Teachers Elected officials Main Street staffers
Those interested in historic preservation are dedicated to strengthening local communities, yet the challenges presented in today’s world can be a struggle. Historic preservation has never been more important and more vital than it is today.
LEARN & CONNECT
By coming together in Baldwin City, we will express the value of preserving Kansas places that tell the stories of our varied communities. By bringing together our experience and diverse perspectives, we can strengthen our efforts to ensure that the character of the places we live, work, and visit will be sustained.
Where do your preservation interests connect with others? What will your role be? Won’t you join us in community conversations about preserving the character of the places we live?
Thank you to our sponsors who have made a commitment to supporting this conference to ensure the best experience possible in a most sustainable way: