Now more than ever, communities in the Southcoast are realizing the importance of preserving coastal history, architecture, and economies. DATMA is recognizing preservation firms dedicated to doing just that—and on September 19, as part of Summer Winds, they’ll be sharing their valuable insight along with their current & future projects. All welcome to this complimentary event at the Star Store lecture space.
Our three featured speakers leading this conversation include;
Teri Bernert: Executive Director of Waterfront Historic Area LeaguE, W.H.A.L.E
Kathryn Duff: Founder & Director for Studio2Sustain
Mark Thompson: Executive Director of Newport Restoration Foundation, NRF
What: Wind & Weather Impacts on Historic Coastal Properties
Location: Downtown New Bedford in the UMass Dartmouth Star Store lecture space.
Time: 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Cost: Free admission (thanks to our sponsors!)
Join us for this riveting discussion & learn more about initiatives to preserve and prevent the loss of coastal architecture.