GUIDELINES ON FLOOD ADAPTATION FOR REHABILITATING HISTORIC BUILDINGS (PDF). (The PDF file is too large to embed on our site.) A must-read for historic property managers, owners, and stakeholders. Related: FEMA Flood Map Service Center | Preservation in a Changing Climate: Salem - Conference Recording - YouTube - Conference recordings include multiple presentations about the … Continue reading National Parks Service’s New Technical Preservation Series Publication: Guidelines on Flood Adaptation for Historic Buildings
Announcing New Funding Opportunity: Cultural and Community Resilience! Due: January 12, 2023 Optional draft due: December 1, 2022 Maximum funding: $150,000 Funding for: Digital Surrogate Collections; Oral History Collections; Physical Archival Collections; Plans for Community Documentation More information: https://www.neh.gov/program/cultural-and-community-resilience Further questions? email@example.com The Cultural and Community Resilience (CCR) program contributes to the continuity of cultural heritage and its availability for … Continue reading NEW! NEH Grant Opportunity: Cultural and Community Resilience
COSTEP MA is pleased to freely offer a limited number of Disaster Recovery Kits (universityproducts.com) to cultural heritage institutions in Massachusetts. These kits are valued at $253 each and are especially useful for responding to relatively small collections emergencies. Eight institutions will be randomly selected to each receive one kit after satisfying the following program … Continue reading Disaster Recovery Kit Giveaway to COSTEP MA subscribers!
Hosted by the Foundation for Advancement in Conservation (FAIC) on November 9th, 1p. FREE. Registration required. Have you ever wondered what it is like working with a disaster recovery company (DRC) after an emergency event? Have you considered the benefits and costs associated with having a pre-established contract in place with a DRC before an … Continue reading Webinar, Nov 9: Working with Disaster Recovery Companies
Familiar with the games "Apples to Apples" or "Cards Against Humanity?" Using a similar model, Julia Merkel with Trudy Cole, both affiliated with James Madison University Libraries, have recently released "Master the Disaster: A Response and Recovery Card Game for Museum & Library Personnel." (DOI.) It looks well-researched and fun! Perhaps to be included in … Continue reading New Card Game for Disaster Prep Training in Cultural Institutions