Examine the increasing threats and challenges that cultural resources face from environmental changes. Learn how to use the risk assessment process to evaluate, prioritize, and plan for continued sustainability. Discuss management goals, redundancy systems, and mitigation strategies. Consider ways to build strategic partnerships to help integrate cultural resources into local and regional planning. Explore the resiliency-planning process through case studies and during group exercises.
Lisa Craig, president and principal planner, The Craig Group Partners; experience in historic preservation programs, disaster preparedness, resilience planning, and cultural resource management to support partnerships with local/state government, nonprofit organizations, property owners, and private sector firms
Angela Schedel, Ph.D., vice president and director of Coastal Programs, HDR; licensed professional engineer; retired Naval aviator; board member, Florida Shore & Beach Preservation Association; CAMP trainer, National Association of Preservation Commissions; specializes in vulnerability assessments, climate adaptation recommendations, and coastal resilience planning for National Historic Landmark communities
Project managers at federal, state, and local agencies, tribes, SHPOs, DOTs, and nonprofits working with cultural resources and consultants to these organizations
ArcGIS for Cultural Resources: An Introduction
ArcGIS for Cultural Resources: Advanced Techniques
Cultural and Natural Resources: An Integrated Management Strategy
Cultural Landscapes: An Introduction
Cultural Landscapes: Advanced Tools for Managing Change
Emerging Technologies for Cultural Resources
Historic Property Management
HSRs and Maintenance Plans: Tools for Preservation
Preservation Planning for Campuses, Complexes, and Installations
Preservation Planning and Policy Development for Historic Roads
The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards: An Overview
Locations and Dates
- San Francisco, CA
October 25-26, 2023
in cooperation with The Presidio Trust
This project is in part funded by the Historic Preservation Education Foundation
$700 2 days / in-person seminar registration
$300 2 days / in-person seminar registration for full-time student; identification must be submitted at time of registration
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Certificates of Attendance
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NPI offers customized training to meet specific organizational needs at a location and time convenient for the sponsor. In-person seminars, online, on-demand courses, and/or webinars may be based on current NPI offerings or new preservation-related training may be developed.
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