ADDITIONAL PRESERVATION SEMINAR SESSION ADDED ON MAUI

Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, in partnership with the State Historic Preservation Division, will offer a community seminar on Historic Preservation Basics on Kaua‘i, Lāna‘i, Moloka‘i and Maui between March and June 2014.

Due to popular demand, an additional session has been added on Maui. The class will be offered on Saturday, June 14 at both 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. The morning session is at capacity and accepting a waiting list. The newly-added afternoon session has places available. The seminar is free and open to the public, but reservations are required (see link below).

The seminar will provide an overview of preservation essentials in the context of each island community. The three-hour class will include:

  • What is Historic Preservation and Why Does it Matter?
  • Standards and Framework: How Does This All Work?
  • Historic Preservation and the Local Community

The seminar is appropriate for members of the community interested in preserving Hawaii’s historic and cultural places, including historic preservation review commissioners; cultural resource commissioners; planning commissioners; planning department staff; elected officials; local preservation organizations; community members involved with preservation issues; and planners, architects, land owners and contractors whose work may affect historic sites.

The seminar is approved for two AICP CM credits and for two AIA credits.

Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, in partnership with the State Historic Preservation Division, will offer a community seminar on Historic Preservation Basics on Kaua‘i, Lāna‘i, Moloka‘i and Maui between March and June 2014.

Register for this event