KEEPING HISTORY ABOVE WATER 2021 WORKSHOP KHAW: SALEM

A NATIONAL CONFERENCE


The third Keeping History Above Water conference took place in St. Augustine, FL May 5-8, 2019.

A NEWPORT CASE STUDY


Located in the historic Point Neighborhood of Newport, 74 Bridge Street is the building that inspired the 2016 conference. Read more about our case study and exhibition.

INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION


NRF partnered with US/ICOMOS to host and manage a virtual Climate and Heritage Knowledge Community. Follow @USICOMOSClimate to learn more.

MOST RECENT LOCATION: CHARLESTON, SC

On June 13 – 15, 2021, the Clemson Design Center at Charleston graduate programs in Historic Preservation and Resilient Urban Design in collaboration with the Newport Restoration Foundation hosted a three-day conference in Charleston, South Carolina. With the theme “Communities in Action,” this conference was specifically not about climate change, per se, but rather what communities are doing to ameliorate climate-related water impacts on historic resources in Charleston and across the United States. Stay tuned here for more information on upcoming events and conferences.