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Historic New England's Field School in Preservation
posted 10/09/2018  
Historic New England
Woodstock, CT
10/19/2018 - 10/20/2018

Register now for Historic New Englands Field School in Preservation Philosophy and Practice on Friday, October 19, 1:00 - 5:30 p.m. and Saturday, October 20, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at Roseland Cottage, 556 Route 169, Woodstock, Conn.

Held every two years, the Field School in Preservation Philosophy and Practice provides comprehensive instruction on managing historic preservation projects on significant historic buildings.

The Field School offers valuable decision-making strategies for preservation advocates, commission members, administrators and anyone responsible for the preservation and maintenance of a  historic non-profit or municipally-owned building, and for contractors and others interacting with the care of historic structures.

Through lectures, case studies, field observation, and practical exercises at Roseland Cottage, learn how Historic New England's preservation philosophy affects decision-making and translates to real-world applications, from conditions assessment to planning to treatment. 

Registration fees are $75 for students with ID, $150 for Historic New England members, and $200 for the general public. The registration fee includes breakfast, snacks, box lunch, beverages, and refreshments; lodging and transportation not included. Limited to 22 participants.

Registration is required. Please call 617-994-6644 or visit www.HistoricNewEngland.org to view a complete agenda and to register online.


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