The City of Salem, Salem Preservation Partners and the Newport Restoration Foundation will be hosting a two-day workshop on addressing climate change impacts to historic buildings, landscapes and neighborhoods. The free event will be held on September 13th and 14th. Please click here for more information and a link to register.
The City of Salem, Salem Preservation Partners, and the Newport Restoration Foundation are excited to announce the first event to raise awareness of and discuss adaptation strategies to address climate change impacts on the region’s historic buildings, landscapes and neighborhoods.
Keeping History Above Water: Salem
September 13 - 14, 2021
Morse Auditorium at the Peabody Essex Museum or Livestream
161 Essex St, Salem, MA
This two-day workshop will include both in-person and live-streamed events and a keynote address by Erin Minnigan of the Preservation Society of Charleston who will discuss adaptation strategies employed in Charleston to protect that community’s history and culture. You can view the program schedule here and sign up to attend in person (first come first served) or virtually.