While we, like so many others, cancelled our 2020 in-person events due to the pandemic, we thought and planned ahead (and hoped for the best). Thanks to the planning committee, hotel staff, and attendees, we successfully concluded our 2021 Arizona Historic Preservation Conference at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Tempe. Please continue to stay healthy and safe.


The Arizona Historic Preservation Conference, "Layered Landscapes," boasted two full days of programming geared to professionals, with continuing education credits when available, in the fields of historic preservation, archaeology, cultural resources management, architecture, and planning. The event was tailored for members of the public who are involved in historic preservation and archaeology through volunteer activities and non-profit or state and local board and commission membership. Programming was designed to attract elected leadership and staff of Arizona’s 22 Native American tribes, who have a special relationship to Arizona’s heritage resources. The two days of general programming were supplemented by a half-day of pre-conference workshops and five tours.

Next year's conference will be held in Yuma, Arizona. We welcome your questions, comments, and ideas. Send us a note

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