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Preservation vs Conservation and Cities of the Future - Ep 165

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On today’s show we talk about preservation and conservation in the context of cities of the future. Where are all the old buildings in the architectural drawings and artist’s conceptions of the future? Where’s the old post office, hotel, or city building? Even in science fiction the cities of the future are ultra modern with no ties to the past. Is that OK? Or, should we be thinking about how our past and present tie into our future?

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Is There Preservation in CRM? Episode 140

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Everyone see preservation differently. Is excavation preservation? Is saving the data preservation? Is not doing anything at all preservation? What does it mean to you? On today's episode we explore this topic and giver our own opinions on what preservation means to us.

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Adventures in Preservation - Episode 92

Today Bill White guest-hosts the show for me while I'm away in Italy and gets a real treat. On the show, Bill, Sonia, and Doug interviewed several people from Adventures in Preservation and the Fairfield Foundation. Find out how they're engaging the community in actual archaeology and preservation work. This might be your next vacation!

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The CCRPA - Episode 68

On today's show we talk to Patricia Martz and Sylvere Valentin of the California Cultural Resources Protection Alliance (CCRPA). The CCRPA is a preservation group based out of Orange County, California.

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NHPA Section 106 and 110 - Episode 59

On today's episode we discuss the differences between Section 106 and Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation act, as it pertains to boots-on-the-ground archaeology. What does it mean by the time the decisions are passed to the field personnel? We try to answer those questions, and more.

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