Preserve, Reuse, and Pass Forward Oregon's Historic Resources...
Spring is here in Western Oregon and so it's only fitting that the HPLO is kicking our 2013 programming into high gear. Last week we found ourselves in Jackson County for several days worth of preservation education and monitoring of conservation easement properties. In addition to a half-day Landmarks Commission training conducted in partnership with the State Historic Preservation Office, we talked to about 50 Jackson County residents about the need for…Continue
Since today is Pi Day, we figured most preservationists would be clambering for something to read over their slice of apple-y goodness (okay, we know National Pie Day happened in January, but we hear 3.14 is a popular pie-eating day too). So whether you're at Beaverton Bakery, Cookie Tree in Pendleton, or Palio in Portland, here's a brief roundup of preservation news and events from across Oregon to keep you company today (and, yes, all three of those exceptional pie places are in…Continue
We've got a boatload of preservation news and events to share in this week's blog but first, have you met Tom? The HPLO couldn't be more excited to welcome our fourth staff member, Tom Atiyeh, who began last week as the organization's Chief Development Officer. You might recognize Tom's name from his work…Continue