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Preserve Minnesota 2014 - Historic Preservation Conference

34th Annual Statewide Historic Preservation Conference

2014 Preservation Conference to be part of the AASLH Annual Meeting in Saint Paul, MN - September 17-20, 2014.

Mark your calendars now for Preserve Minnesota, the 34th Annual Statewide Historic Preservation Conference, to be held September 17-20, 2014 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on St. Paul's Riverfront. Watch for a brochure about the conference to be mailed later this spring.

Scholarships Available!

Minnesotans always turn out in good numbers to welcome guests, and the scholarships are meant to encourage participation from the broad history community. The scholarships are offered in January, April and June – so that state funds can get to you in time to register for the conference. Don’t wait; unlike other MNHS continuing education opportunities, registering at the last minute will be expensive and the scholarships are intended for the early bird registration time period.

For more information and download the Budget Worksheet at: www.mnhs.org/aaslh

Schedule and events are still a work in progress. Please check back as this page will be updated frequently as more information is known.

Past Conferences

2013: Lanesboro
2012: Fergus Falls
2011: Faribault
2010: Winona: A Time to Celebrate!
2009: Chaska: Preserving History, Conserving Energy (PDF)
2008: Northfield: Main Street and Beyond (PDF)
2007: St. Paul: National Preservation Conference
2006: Red Wing, "Past Meets Future: Preservation for the 21st Century" (PDF)
2005: Duluth, "Grassroots Preservation: Strengthening Community Begins Locally" (PDF)
2004: St. Cloud, "Improving Community Life with Historic Preservation" (PDF)
2003: New Ulm, "The Economics of Historic Preservation: Making it Work in Hard Times"