Register for the RevitalizeWA 2014 Conference in Wenatchee

2014 RevitalizeWA

The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation and the Washington Main Street Program invite you to join them for RevitalizeWA, their annual statewide Preservation and Main Street Conference, May 6-8, 2014 in Wenatchee.

The conference will feature a variety of sessions & tours relating to the revitalization of our historic communities on May 7 and 8. Additional pre-conference workshops will be offered on May 6.

Chuck Wolfe, author of Urbanism Without Effort, will be the 2014 RevitalizeWA keynote speaker. Chuck provides a unique perspective about cities as both a long time writer and photographer about urbanism worldwide and as an attorney in Seattle, where he focuses on land use and environmental law and permitting. In particular, his work involves the use of sustainable development techniques and innovative land use regulatory tools on behalf of both the private and public sectors.

Register online directly through the Eventbrite RevitalizeWA registration page. Also newly available is the preliminary conference agenda. For more details about RevitalizeWA, please visit the conference webpage.

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