FW: Register for the Preservation Planning Webinar Series

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Ringler, Katrina [KSHS]

Mar 29, 2023, 3:48:33 PM3/29/23
to Preserving Kansas (preserving-kansas@googlegroups.com)

Held April and May in partnership with American Planning Association.

Preservation Leadership Forum

Planning, Preservation, and Change Webinar Series
Planners shape and manage community change. Preservationists connect important stories, memories, and places to our communities. The National Trust for Historic Preservation and the American Planning Association Urban Design and Preservation Division have joined together to explore planning and preservation issues and opportunities presented by future change at two webinars.

Part 1: How Planning and Preservation Can Work Together to Create Great Places
Wednesday, April 26 at 3:45 p.m. ET
Join a panel of preservation planners and planning directors to hear how preservation considerations are incorporated into their community planning efforts and project review work.

The seasoned planners will discuss how preservation principles can be integrated in their efforts to balance growth while preserving community character and the opportunities and challenges that presents. The panel will provide preservations tips about best practices on how to work more effectively within the planning framework.

Part 2: Preservation–An Effective Planning Tool
Friday, May 19 at 1:00 p.m.
Join preservation professionals from across the country to hear why preservation should matter to the urban planning community. These innovative leaders will share how preserving historic assets, adaptive reuse, and incorporating public engagement are effective planning tools for more holistic work.

Hear how creative application of preservation policies and programs can address issues such as climate change, affordable housing and density, and equity of under-represented and underserved communities. 

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