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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…Find out more »
Bill Hart, executive director of Missouri Alliance of Historic Preservation, discusses Places in Peril - 2019. This talk is hosted by the St. Louis Public Library's Steedman Architectural Library and the Society of Architectural Historians St. Louis Chapter and Missouri Valley Chapters. Register here.Find out more »
COVID may have brought our world to a halt, but it didn't stop the threat that our historic resources face on a daily basis. Grab a drink, pull up a chair, and join us for our first VIRTUAL announcement of our annual Places in Peril list. Hear from some of the individuals behind the endangered places and find out what you can do to help preserve Missouri's historic resources for future generations. This announcement is FREE to watch but…Find out more »
Join us for the announcement of our 2020 Honor Award recipients, recognizing achievement in the field of historic preservation across Missouri!Find out more »
"Missouri S&T will gather public comments and hold an open forum on university plans to demolish three buildings known as the Bureau of Mines (BOM) buildings 1, 2 and 3 on the Rolla campus. The public comment period will begin Jan. 25 and close on Feb. 24. Anyone who wants to comment may complete the 2021 BOM survey. The public will also have an opportunity to provide feedback in an open forum 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18, through Zoom at umsystem.zoom.us/j/91696454574." …Find out more »
From our 2020 conference schedule and a 2020 McReynolds Award Winner, Missouri Preservation brings you Starting an Authentic Conversation: Kansas City's African American Heritage Trail In 2018, the Historic Preservation Office of Kansas City, received a grant from the SHPO to create an African American Heritage Trail. While the historic preservation office staff had general knowledge of sites and resources, neither staff member is of African American descent. How do we tell this story, and how do we start an…Find out more »