Benefit 2: expand what we do

If we accept that it is a conservator’s responsibility to preserve all forms of heritage (tangible, intangible, and natural), we gain the ability to expand the ways we think about and approach our work. With this change we move beyond the material and become more inclusive of the heritage we preserve.

3 responses to “Benefit 2: expand what we do”

  1. What types of organizations and peoples do you want to collaborate with?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Looking forward to collaborations with local communities of color that incorporate spirituality into conservation practice.

  3. Joelle Wickens says:

    Dear Anonymous – I am looking forward to the same thing and if you have specific ideas I would love to talk about them. Maybe at our Zoom session on June 11?

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