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Preservation in Practice Seminar: Lessons Learned From Case Studies
PART ONE will feature case studies of local preservation projects presented by project leaders. These will include information on the historic property; project goals; needs and threats; parties involved; what happened and lessons learned and advice for others doing a similar project.
Case Studies for Maui include:
• Mary Orwig of the Makawao History Museum describing the creation and upkeep of the museum and the role interpretation, community stewardship and partnerships play(ed) in its creation and upkeep.
• Theo Morrison of the Lahaina Restoration Foundation explaining permitting and fundraising tips and challenges in relation to one of LRF's preservation projects.
• Project 3 to be announced
PART TWO offers interactive breakout sessions facilitated by subject matter experts that present a deeper dive into topics that are part of overall preservation project planning.
Who should attend?
Community members and professionals who care about preserving historic places (built and/or cultural sites) that tell the stories of Hawai‘i’s history.
The seminars are co-sponsored by Historic Hawai‘i Foundation and National Park Service and also feature Elaine Jackson-Retondo of the National Park Service along with Kiersten Faulkner, Executive Director of Historic Hawai‘i Foundation.
Date: Thursday, June 20th, 2019
Time: 8:30 am to 1:00 pm
Categories: Cultural / Ethnic, Classes / Seminars / Lectures, Non-Profit Community Event
Location Specifics: Lahainaluna High School, Cafeteria, 980 Lahainaluna Road, Lahaina, Maui
Contact: Andrea Nandoskar