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Maryland Preservation & Revitalization Conference
Preservation Maryland is currently accepting proposals for the 2010 Preservation & Revitalization Conference.
The audience for the conference includes City and County Planners, Historic District Commissioners, Preservation Educators, Main Street Communities, Architects, State and Federal Employees, and Public Historians. Each year the Preservation and Revitalization Conference presents high‐quality sessions, workshops, and tours that address some of the most important issues facing preservationists in Maryland.
The conference is also designed to highlight the successes and challenges of the host region. In 2010 this will be Easton and the Eastern Shore. The Conference Steering Committee seeks sessions that will be interactive, engage the audience, present fresh approaches, and be easily applicable to participants.
All session proposals are due by November 5, 2009.