The premiere historic preservation educational conference in our Mountain State, the West Virginia Historic Preservation Conference allows PAWV to showcase different communities and historic preservation successes each time. We provide programming focused around a preservation theme, and participants experience a varied program of local tours and hospitality, educational sessions, and exciting speakers, on topics ranging from hands-on preservation techniques, heritage development, strengthening organizations, and advocacy and economics.
Rehabilitation tax credits were established to discourage unnecessary demolition of older buildings and are a frequent source of financing in adaptive reuse projects. New markets tax credits were created to encourage private investment in designated low-income communities.
Discover how you can use better storytelling to raise more money, more easily. At next year’s conference, you’ll learn how to craft and tell better stories in these three main categories: Fundraising, Leadership, Communications.