Preserve, Reuse, and Pass Forward Oregon's Historic Resources...
While we tend to think of every day at HPLO HQ as a good day, occasionally we just have a winner Friday. Today is one of those Fridays. Thanks to generous financial support from the Oregon Cultural Trust, the Historic Preservation League of Oregon is thrilled to announce that 21 Oregonians will be receiving scholarships to attend the 2012 National Preservation Conference in…Continue
Added by Brandon Spencer-Hartle on July 27, 2012 at 1:37pm — No Comments
What's going on around the state this week you ask? Well, we decided to make today's Preservation Roundup short and sweet so you can read about Oregon's preservation happenings over a weekend beer or iced tea. Enjoy!
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Added by Brandon Spencer-Hartle on July 20, 2012 at 3:22pm — No Comments
It's officially summer. And from our vantage point at the HPLO office, we are certain that Oregon's friends of preservation are combing the state visiting main streets, camping in historic CCC cabins, and road tripping on historic highways. We know it because Saturday Denise will be in Eugene scouting homes for our soon-to-be announced Harvest Home Tour (hint, hint, it'll be October 13th); Sunday I'll be riding the Banks-Vernonia bike trail looking at railroad trestles and a few older farm…Continue
Added by Brandon Spencer-Hartle on July 13, 2012 at 4:25pm — No Comments
It's been a few weeks since we posted a Preservation Roundup here on the HPLO blog, so we've got lots of news and events from around Oregon to share on this sunny Friday. If you're in the Portland area next week, remember to attend "From Animal House to Our House," a free event with preservation author Ron Tanner. The talk is at 7:30pm on July 10th…Continue
Added by Brandon Spencer-Hartle on July 6, 2012 at 5:00pm — No Comments