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“The Good, the Bad and the Unrepresented: Advocating for Historic Preservation Statewide and in Your Own Community”
Join Missouri Humanities for their next Virtual Cultural Heritage Workshop series on Thursday, September 3rd.
This round of presentations is about preserving local history, and will include webinars about recording oral histories, advocating for historic preservation efforts, and historic preservation strategies for rural communities. Registration for each of these presentations is FREE and can be found at https://mohumanities.org/programs/cultural/.
Missouri Preservation’s Executive Director, Bill Hart, will be speaking on historic preservation advocacy for the 1 p.m. segment.
The Good, the Bad, and the Unrepresented: Advocating for Historic Preservation Statewide and in Your Own Community
See how the Missouri Alliance for Historic Preservation, our statewide non-profit organization, advocates for and recognizes historic resources through its unique position, and learn how your own local non-profit organization can do this important work in your own home town. Learn about programs and activities that recognize excellence, advocate for the endangered, and urge the passage of laws and supportive public policy to insure the future protection of the cultural resources so important to the history of our small towns and the State of Missouri.
The other webinars are:
10AM — Recording Oral Histories with Sean Rost, State Historical Society of Missouri
3PM — Local Historic Preservation Strategies for Rural Communities with Kelsey Matson, State Historic Preservation Office