The NMHPA is compiling a preliminary list of people interested in participating in this workshop. If you want to learn more about the workshop contact the program coordinator, Tom Chavez at 505 345 9684 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The workshop will use preservationists from various disciplines to use the City of Trujillo in the region of Extremadura, Spain as a test case for study and recommendations on how to maintain its historical integrity. Trujillo and its region has many things in common with New Mexico, including a shared history. Trujillo is part of a petition to become a World Heritage Site. The experience of interacting with European preservationists and working with a medieval/renaissance Spanish city of eight thousand people while exchanging ideas with other multi-disciplined individuals plus the local community will be a rich learning experience.
The workshop will include some pre-trip informational meetings, follow up confabs, and a written report that will be delivered to the City of Trujillo.
The cost, to be determined, will be less than $4,000 including airfare.