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One key component in the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s (NTHP) vision for its historic sites is that they are places where we can develop and implement new models for preservation. As we work to realize this vision and, in doing so, to ensure that our sites are both culturally and financially sustainable for the long term, we’ve begun to explore the concept of “shared use” at our sites. This document, the presentation given at AASLH 2015 by Katherine Malone-France, NTHP; Douglas Wiele, Foothill Partners and; Paul Edmondson, NTHP, is part of the Shared Use Toolkit produced for the AASLH annual conference in 2015. You can find the full toolkit here: http://savingplac.es/coopershareduse
Presentation on shared use at Cooper-Molera Adobe by Katherine Malone-France, National Trust for Historic Preservation; Douglas Wiele, Foothill Partners and;
Paul Edmondson, National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Part of the Shared Use Toolkit: http://savingplac.es/coopershareduse