Tuesday, May 1, 2012


Old Roots, New Growth -- Cultivating Communities
May 3rd - 6th 

Conference Headquarters: Oakland Marriott City Center

The 2012 California Preservation Conference will be held in Oakland - a city with great beauty, vibrant culture, new industries and innovation.  In just 3 days you will gain a year's worth of education and networking with 125 speakers and 500+ expected attendees.  Don't miss your chance to make valuable business connections, earn continuing education credit
and experience Oakland. 

Educational sessions cover a range of topics such as preservation basics, economic development, new technologies for historic buildings, planning for change, industrial reuse and preservation in the 21st Century.  

Join us in Oakland and you will learn why the New York Times listed Oakland as one of its top 45 places (#5) to visit in 2012.   

Register for the whole conference or by the day
Regular Registration
  • CPF Member:  $255
  • Non-Member:  $295 (includes 8 mo. membership) 
One-day Registration
Friday:      $125 Members, $145 Non-member
Saturday:  $150 Members, $170 Non-members

Conference Highlights
  • More than 30 Sessions, Tours, and Workshops on issues facing California's historic, cultural and natural resources - taught by over 100 expert speakers, plus continuing education units are available for AIA, ASLA, USGBC, MCLE, and AICP!

  • Exclusive Tours that highlight Oakland's architecture, landscapes, history, culture and more!

  • Special Events at some of Oakland's most historic and architecturally significant venues - including CPF's signature event, the Three-Minute Success Stories!

  • Annual Silent and Live Auction - buy something cool or donate an auction item while supporting a good cause! Items often include artwork, antiques, memorabilia, gift baskets, or gift certificates for restaurants, hotels, tours, museums, theater and much more.
Who Should Attend?
Preservationists, city and county planners, architects, landscape architects, community leaders, landmark and historic resource commissioners, historians, archeologists, educators, attorneys, realtors, students, historic property owners, Main Street coordinators, members of Certified Local Governments, developers, contractors, craftsmen, advocates of historic preservation, heritage travelers, and involved citizens.
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