This event is at capacity and registration is closed.
Presented by Historic Seattle and the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation
Chris Moore, Executive Director, Washington Trust for Historic Preservation, and Eugenia Woo, Director of Preservation Services, Historic Seattle, invite people interested in making a difference in their communities to participate in a crash course in preservation advocacy and learn effective tools for saving places that matter. They present advocacy strategies related to local landmark designation and the National Register of Historic Places; Most Endangered Historic Properties List; historic preservation and environmental review/land use issues; preservation incentives; and more.
This workshop is funded in part by private donations to Historic Seattle in memory of Beth Chave (1955-2012), who served as the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board Coordinator for 25 years. Her work with professional colleagues, historic property owners, and neighborhood advocates left a legacy of honoring and protecting historic places that matter in our communities.
Photo: “This Place Matters” event at Mukai Farm and Garden, 2013 / Credit: Jean Sherrard
Free / donation