Thursday, March 3, 2011

Register Now: 2 Free Training for LA Heritage Leaders

Come get tips on how your organization can advocate for preservation in your community more effectively (or start advocating & educating leaders you don't already!). Discover the many funding resources available for preservation projects and activities in LA!

Don't miss out; space is limited!

On Saturday, March 19th the L.A. Heritage Alliance and the California Preservation Foundation are happy to offer two training presentations for heritage organizations in Southern California who want to learn more about advocacy and funding. Both presentations are free and open to the public, so choose one or both to attend. Seating is limited so register early by clicking the following links.

Contact Jennifer Gates, Field Services Director at the California Preservation Foundation if you have any questions at 415-495-0349 Information on parking will be sent to all registrants in an email before the presentation.

Saturday March 19, 2011

10am to 12pm: Advocacy 101

Preservation is local! Come learn effective tools on how to advocate for the preservation of your historic resources. Learn what you need to know, how to get the information, and what resources are available to help you make a difference in your community.


1:30pm to 3:30pm: Preservation Economics: Benefits & Funding Sources

Preservation is economically beneficial to communities and property owners. Come learn about the economic benefits of preservation and the variety of funding sources that are available to non-profits to assist with a variety of projects.


Both sessions will be held at the Los Angeles Conservancy Conference Room:

523 West Sixth Street

Los Angeles, CA 90014

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