Preservation as an Economic Engine

General Session Tuesday

| Hilton Baltimore, Holiday 456 | Posted: Tuesday, 8:30-10:00 a.m.



Preservation as an Economic Engine

We know that restoring the historic fabric and character of our built environment can create jobs and stimulate economic vitality in communities, But where are the research and success stories to make our case to government officials and the disbelieving public? Hear from national experts and local practitioners as they present case studies of rural and urban communities that have the facts to back up their success stories.

Sponsored by the National Trust Board of Advisors

Watch the video.

For more information contact:

Monica Miller, Main Street West Virginia;

Randy Hemann, Downtown Salisbury, Inc., N.C.;

Elizabeth Humstone, National Trust Advisor;

Michael Lahr, Rutgers University, Center for Urban Policy Research