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    Anyone going to the NTHP Conference?

    Louisville, KY will be hosting this year's National Trust for Historic Preservation conference. I'll be leading a tour of my little 'burg's sites during the conference. Anybody coming?
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    I am so close (distance) yet so far away (registration cost would be out of my own pocket).

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    same as JNL.. money.. training budget got slashed.
    Dude, I'm cheesing so hard right now.

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    Too far away. I tend to go to the California Preservation Foundation conferences because I am on the CPF Board of Trustees.

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    What!!!!!!!!!!

    What are you people talking about? I have never heard of theses things...but Im also still in school. Anyone want to fill a brother in?

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    Quote Originally posted by PlaninTheFuture
    What are you people talking about? I have never heard of theses things...but Im also still in school. Anyone want to fill a brother in?
    The Ntional Trust for Historic Preservation is a private, not-for-profit advocacy organization established by Congress as part of the NHPA of 1966. It conducts an annual conference and this year it will be in Louisville, KY. As others have posted, it is quite pricey, but it is a great educational opportunity and chance to network. If you are interested in attending, there are steep student discounts.
    Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if labor had not first existed. Labor is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher consideration.
    Abraham Lincoln

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