Sustainability, Relevance and the Future - Day 2 / Panel 3 - Preserving Sites for the Future: How Can We Be the Best Stewards of Buildings and Landscapes? - Summit Recording

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Historic buildings and landscapes are, by nature, irreplaceable artifacts.  While we may have carefully designed emergency plans to protect these unique resources, how do we ensure that we are best stewarding these assets when modern, commercially available solutions may not be appropriate?   As life—and our climate—becomes increasingly unpredictable, it’s important to remain agile, responsive, and calm.  While you cannot plan for EVERYTHING, you can be prepared to deal with almost anything.  Join our panel to discuss how they approach unanticipated threats to historic buildings and landscapes and offer ways to be prepared when a “plan” doesn’t exist. 

Mark Heppner

President and CEO, The Ford House, Grosse Pointe Shores, MI

Hal Simon-Hassell

Chief Interpretive Specialist

Historic Sites Division, Texas Historical Commission, Austin, TX

Tricia Canaday

State Historic Preservation Office Administrator/Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer

Idaho State Historical Society

Julie Weisgerber

OEHP Policy Specialist, Office of Environmental Planning and Historic Preservation

Federal Emergency Management Agency

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Historic House Virtual Summit - Day 2 - Panel 3 - Are You Prepared?
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