We provide education and training programs designed to give in-depth knowledge for preservation professionals, leaders and advocates alike
2021 Preservation on
Main Street Conference
We are excited to announce this year’s Preservation on Main Street Conference, presented by Florida Main Street and the Florida Trust, will be hosted by the New Port Richey Main Street program July 21 through 24, 2021.
Visit Preservation on Main Street to learn more about the conference and register to join us.
Our next preservation workshop series will be held in St. Augustine in support of the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center. Click here to learn more.
Workshops are designed to address a variety of historic preservation topics and support the mission of the Florida Trust.
To learn more or suggest education topics, contact Tondra Matthews. Stay tuned for more information on these and other educational programs.
Summer Lunch & Learn Series
Learn about Florida history and historic preservation during your lunch hour as we host educational Lunch & Learn each week during the months. Events are held at the Florida Trust House in Tallahassee and are free to attend. The Lunch & Learns are also live streamed via social media so preservationists around the state can take part in the sessions.
Statewide Preservation Partners
The Florida Trust is a Statewide Partner with the National Trust for Historic Preservation and works with a variety of not-for-profit and governmental organizations to identify, protect, and showcase Florida’s vast and diverse heritage. Many of these members are Certified Local Governments, own and operate historical sites and museums, have received State grants, and include professional staff that can provide valuable technical assistance. We encourage you to become more familiar with these valuable Florida Trust partners.
Partners are Florida Trust members at the non-profit or business membership categories. See membership and donations for more information on how to become a Preservation Partner.