Events, Trainings and Workshops

April 11, 2018 

Division for Historic Preservation Consultant Training - The Division for Historic Preservation will be establishing lists of qualified consultants. If you would like to be on our list, attendance at this day-long training session is required. We highly recommend everyone attend to learn about process updates and submittal requirements. Reservations will be required, as space is limited.
Location: UVM's Alumni House, 61 Summit Street, Burlington, VT
Registration Information: Coming Soon

April 24-25, 2018 

GIS for Cultural Resources: An Introduction - Review introductory geographic information system (GIS) concepts and functionality, combining spatial technologies and database management systems in the area of historic preservation. Learn how to use GIS software through hands-on exercises for identification, evaluation, protection, and preservation of cultural resources. From assisting with inventories, to mapping historic districts and battlefields, to mitigating the impact of disasters on historic areas, GIS technology can be used to provide a better basis for planning and decision-making for the nation’s heritage.
Location: Montpelier, VT
Registration Information: National Preservation Institute

April 26, 2018 

GIS for Cultural Resources: An Introduction - Discuss how to use geographic information system (GIS) technology for applications that go beyond the basics for identification, evaluation, protection, and preservation of cultural resources. From geo referencing historic maps to publishing data online, looking at the latest data sources/types, and producing story maps, there are many innovative ways to use GIS technology to expand the resources available to professionals and the general public.
Location: Montpelier, VT
Registration InformationNational Preservation Institute

April 27, 2018 

Emerging Technologies for Cultural Resources - Review best means of integrating new technologies with existing CRM practices as they relate to the documentation, preservation, and/or creative mitigation of cultural resources. Learn about the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or drones), digital documentation (photogrammetry), and virtual reality (new media methods). Discuss ways to integrate these technologies with more familiar forms of technology, such as geographic information systems (GIS), and explore how information gathered can be used for public outreach.
Location: Montpelier, VT
Registration InformationNational Preservation Institute 

June 8, 2018 

2018 Historic Preservation and Downtown Conference - Presenters from a range of backgrounds will be leading workshops on topics such as the village green and its continued relevance in our historic downtowns and villages, commercial revitalization through art and design, and town-to-trails initiatives, as well as opportunities for people to participate in field based sessions that highlight topics such as retail development and adaptive reuse. Each of the workshops will highlight examples from Bristol and will introduce attendees to new concepts as well as potential new partners in achieving their goals. 
Location: Bristol, VT
Registration Information: Coming Soon!

November 6-8, 2018 

Section 106: Agreement Documents - This advanced seminar focuses on memoranda of agreement and programmatic agreements under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. Learn how to survive and thrive during the agreement process through careful analysis, clear writing, and good negotiation. Review the available tools, guidelines, alternatives-and non-alternatives-to reach a favorable conclusion to the process.
Location: Montpelier, VT
Registration Information:
National Preservation Institute 

 

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