Take It All In: Conference Details You Need To Know

Posted on: July 15th, 2010 by Julia Rocchi 1 Comment

There's so much to take in at this year's National Preservation Conference that our colleague Jason Clement had to climb Mount Bonnell -- 775 feet above sea level -- to capture it all.

You too can check out the spectacular Austin views -- and the most important conference details -- courtesy of Jason's mountaintop camera work. We promise the scenery is even lovelier in person, so share the info with others and save your slot for October!

P.S. We're serious about that early bird registration ... reserve your space AND your hotel room by July 31 for maximum savings!

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Julia Rocchi

Julia Rocchi

Julia Rocchi is the director of digital content at the National Trust. By day she wrangles content; by night (and weekends), she shops local, travels to story-rich places, and walks around looking up at buildings.


One Response

  1. Jill Fisher

    July 19, 2010

    I cannot find anywhere on the website or the conference registration info what all the basic conference fee covers. Does it cover lunches on Thurs. & Fri, continental breakfasts before the sessions & what about receptions?