Colorado Preservation, Inc. held its first historic preservation conference in 1985. The purpose of the conference was to promote the education and networking of individuals interested in historic preservation. The success of the first conference demonstrated a significant interest in gathering preservation professionals on an annual basis.
The Saving Places Conference is a dynamic four-day event that features high-quality educational content and networking opportunities for individuals interested in historic preservation. The event is designed to provide engaging, varied content that will equip attendees with knowledge and tools they can integrate into their work and communities.
2017 is an important year for Colorado Preservation, Inc. – we’ll celebrate the 20th anniversary of both the Saving Places Conference and the Most Endangered Places Program. Additionally, in collaboration with Clarion Associates with funding support by the History Colorado State Historical Fund, we’ll release the 2016/2017 update and expansion of The Economic Benefits of Historic Preservation in Colorado.
Click here to learn more and to register for the 2017 Saving Places Conference – scheduled Feb. 1-4 in Denver at the Colorado Convention Center.