Preservation North Dakota conference in Richardton Aug. 16-18

Preservation in Times of Change is Preservation North Dakota’s 26th annual conference at the Assumption Abbey, Richardton Friday through Sunday, August 16-18.

Posted July 26, 2013

Conference registration is now open at www.prairieplaces.org.

Attendees will learn and share experiences in rapidly changing oil country. Get-together and tour of the Abbey on Friday night. Saturday’s conference sessions including the latest study on social, cultural, geological and ecological change in western North Dakota, lessons learned from Theodore Roosevelt National Park; CSI: Archaeology; Change and Preservation at Mandan Hidatsa Arikara Nation; and Archaeology and Road Development in the Patch. Sunday includes a tour on private land in the Lynch Knife River Flint Quarries National Historic Landmark, Dunn Center Historical Museum, the Hutmacher Farm National Historic Site, and tour and lunch at Target Logistics mancamp north of Dickinson. Conference fees are extremely reasonable this year but dorm-style rooms at the Abbey are limited. For more information contact Susan Quinnell, 701/226-5359.


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