Making the Case for Historic Preservation & The Economic Incentives for Historic Preservation Free 2 day Webinar
Date: Tuesday, September 27 and “The Economic Incentives for Historic Preservation”, Thursday, September 29, from 11:00am-12:30pm
Register Here: https://californiapreservation.org/…/revitalizing.../.
The California Preservation Foundation, The McConnell Foundation, VIVA Downtown and the Shasta Historical Society are teaming up present a two-part workshop titled “Making the Case for Historic Preservation”, Tuesday, September 27 and “The Economic Incentives for Historic Preservation”, Thursday, September 29, from 11am-12:30pm, virtually at. The cost is free, but registration is required. Please register at https://californiapreservation.org/…/revitalizing…/.
Representatives from the Los Angeles Conservancy, Heritage Strategies International and Place Economics will present on day one. Representatives from the National Trust Community Investment Corporation, National Trust for Historic Preservation, California Preservation Foundation, and Chattel Architecture will present on day two.
California Preservation Foundation, Architectural Resources Group, National Trust Community Investment Corporation, Place Economics and Chattel Architecture will explore how historic preservation can positively impact a community. The journey will lead us through a discussion about historic preservations role in the economic vitality of communities across California and the country.
Preservation of our historic places helps instill community pride, strengthen communities, generate jobs and build sustainable cities and towns. This two-day program will make the case for historic preservation in Redding and surrounding communities by reviewing why historic preservation is important in communities of all sizes and the economic impact of historic preservation. The segment will end with a review of the resources at the federal, state and local level for information about historic preservation programs. The second day of the program will present overviews of the most common financial incentives available to property owners and communities to encourage and support historic preservation. The overview will include presentations on the 20% federal historic tax credit, California’s new historic tax credit, and programs such as the California’s Mills Act and the California Historical Building Code. The program will end with a presentation on the Secretary of the Interior’s (SOI) Standards and Guidelines, a critical part of the framework of the national preservation program. The SOI Standards and Guidelines are used by every SHPO in the country and by many local governments.
The California Preservation Foundation provides statewide leadership, advocacy and education to ensure the protection of California’s diverse cultural heritage and historic places. The McConnell Foundation’s mission is to help build better communities through philanthropy. VIVA Downtown is a Main Street America organization dedicated to social, cultural and economic development in Downtown Redding. The Shasta Historical Society actively preserves, promotes, and brings to life the history of Shasta County.
July Monthly Program
Date: Saturday, July 16, 2022
Location: Behrens-Eaton House
MEMBERS ONLY ICE CREAM SOCIAL
Join us this month for a members only ice cream social at the Behrens-Eaton House!. Mingle with members, load up on ice cream and take a peek around the historic Behrens-Eaton House! The Annual meeting and voting on 2022-2023 Officers will also take place! Please RSVP by calling or emailing Society Staff!
August Monthly Program
Date: Saturday, August 20, 2022 Time: 10:00am Location: Shasta Historical Society, 1449 Market St., Redding, CA Cost: Members: Free Non-Members: $5
June Monthly Program
Date: Saturday, June 18, 2022 Time: 1:30pm Location: IOOF, 1504 Market St., Redding, CA Cost: Members: Free Non-Members: $5
A History of Shasta County Beekeepers Members of the Park family, beekeepers since the 1940s, will explore the fascinating, yet often unknown, history of beekeeping in Shasta County. The presentation will tell the history of those who have built a Shasta County industry around queen bee breeding, crop pollination, bee shipping, and honey production that is prominent internationally. Explore family legacies, learn about advancements and evolution in genetics to produce an adaptable and productive bee and see how certain exterior forces have impacted bees, beekeepers, and the public.
May Monthly Program
Date: Saturday, May 21, 2022 Time: 10:00am Location: Shasta Historical Society, 1449 Market St., Redding, CA Cost: Members: Free Non-Members: $5
April Monthly Program
Date: Saturday, April 16, 2022 Time: 1:30pm Location: IOOF, 1725 Market St., Redding CA Cost: Members: Free Non-Members: $5
February Monthly Program
Topic: History of the Chamber of Commerce with Jake Mangas.
Date: Saturday- February 19, 2022 Time: 1:30 pm
Location: IOOF Hall: 1435 Butte Street Redding, CA 90001
Cost: Free for Members / $5 General Admission
Director Jake Mangas along with past and present board members will be discussing the fascinating history of the Chamber of Commerce and you won’t want to miss it!