Plan to join your colleagues at Rider University for the 2012 NJ Historic Preservation Conference, “Sustaining the Past – Inventing the Future”. The annual event is an opportunity to explore a historic community, learn from peers about architectural and planning preservation methods from real-life case studies, discuss stewardship models for historic sites, and discover new partnerships in session and through professional networking.
Educational classes and workshops are offered for architects and planners seeking continuing education credits, stewards of historic sites used for educational and community purposes, archeologists, cultural landscape specialists, historians, preservation planners and students, municipal historic preservation commission members and appointed officials, heritage tourism providers, and more.
The conference welcomes keynote speaker Steve Mouzon, architect, urbanist, and photographer. Steve’s recent book, TheOriginal Green, frames sustainability in common-sense, plain-spoken terms, and he will addres sustainability and historic preservation using real life examples from around the county.
Register online by May 31 for a $85 fee. Starting June 1, all registration will take place at the conference, and the fee is $95.