Michigan Historic Preservation Network


Upcoming Workshops

Sponsored in part by

The State Historic Preservation Review Board: Partners in the Preservation Program

The State Historic Preservation Review Board is an integral part of the historic preservation program. In Michigan, the Review Board reviews and approves each National Register nomination prior to submission to the Keeper of the National Register; has appellate jurisdiction under Michigan’s Local Historic Districts Act, as amended, and provides general advice, guidance, and professional recommendations to the State Historic Preservation Officer on matters related to historic preservation. Learn more about the board’s unique role in the preservation program, how the Review Board operates in Michigan, and the board’s relationship with the State Historic Preservation Office.

October 13, 2022
1:00 PM in Eastern Time

Practical Preservation Workshops

These workshops are designed to educate historic home owners and commercial building owners on the benefits of historic preservation. The participants will gain a profound understanding of restoration techniques and methods, at the same time, discovering invaluable ways to save money.

Workshop participants will gain the knowledge and skills they need to perform masterful restorations as well as a greater appreciation for the cost-effectiveness of historic preservation. 

Understanding Preservation Practices

Realtor Education Workshop

Join the Michigan Historic Preservation Network for this workshop to equip Realtors and real estate professionals with tools to help market and sell older homes. Learn how to communicate the value of owning a historic property to your clientele!

Continuing Education: The workshop offers two elective CE credit hours. 

For more information, please call us at 517.371.8080

or e-mail us at Info@mhpn.org