Historic Preservation Training at the 2013 Preserve Minnesota Conference
Statewide Historic and Cultural Grants. $5,250,000 the first year and $5,250,000 the second year are for history programs and projects operated or conducted by or through local, county, regional, or other historical or cultural organizations; or for activities to preserve significant historic and cultural resources.
The short-term targets were achieved through both the presentation of the awards and attendance of the 2013 Preserve Minnesota Conference. As an example of the intermediate target, the Lanesboro HPC will be expanding their historic district by adding four additional buildings of historic significance in the near future. A portion of the long-term target has been met with the availability of recordings from the conference sessions.
Short-Term: Positive reinforcement of good historic preservation behavior. Presentation of the first Lanesboro Historic Preservation Award
Short-Term: Educate, Educate, Educate Attract 175 to 200 preservation
advocates to Preserve Minnesota
Long-Term: Conferees will apply the knowledge gained at the conference to preserve Minnesota's historical environment for future
generations. More that 97% of current listings in the National Register of Historic Places will remain in 10 years.
Long-Term: Provide education and tools for future generations work in historic preservation. An increase in the number of historic rehabilitation projects taking place.
Intermediate: Positive reinforcement of the value of a local heritage preservation commission and the designation/expansion of preservations districts throughout the State of Minnesota. An increase in the number of heritage preservation commissions and the designation/expansion of active preservation districts in the State of Minnesota.