Introduction to the architectural history of Amsterdam, Netherlands, and its preservation, from Municipal Department for Preservation and Restoration of Historic Buildings and Sites.
Cornell University's resource for US preservationists includes listings of job opportunities and conferences, along with a directory of web-sites related to historic preservation.
The Council of Europe offers a databank on official heritage policies, and a heritage portal.
Offers courses and consulting in historic preservation, decorative painting, and traditional building techniques. Avignon, France.
The U.S. National Park Service provides searchable databases on training, materials, job opportunities, conferences, funding and its grants and projects.
Ted Hazen supplies extensive, illustrated information on the history and technology of flour milling in America, and the restoration of watermills, with bibliography.
The first conference to be organised in the country that will look at Modernist works from 1945-2005. The conference will be held at Trent University, May 6-8, 2005.
Information on the importance of preserving neighborhoods adjacent to campuses in U.S. college towns.
A forum and clearinghouse for the latest news, information, and techniques concerning historic preservation and the history of Los Angeles and Southern California.
The text of the convention provided by Law-Ref.org is fully indexed and crosslinked with other international documents.