Out of an abundance of caution, the board of the Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation has decided to postpone its upcoming fall events: 41st Annual Louisiana Preservation Conference in Monroe & West Monroe and the Fall 2021 Ramble in Bogalusa. Due to the rising cases of Covid-19 and the Delta Variant nationwide and particularly in the state of Louisiana, we prioritize the safety of our attendees, speakers, vendors, and sponsors to help reduce the spread of this public health pandemic.
While much planning has gone into preparing these in-person events, we will reschedule these educational programs once public health conditions improve. Some conference sessions and activities may be offered as virtual events in the coming months.
This is the second year that these fundraising events have been put on pause due to the global pandemic. While we might not be able to safely meet in person, efforts to help save Louisiana’s historic places and cultural resources continue. To help support these on-going efforts, please consider joining or renewing as a member or donor of the Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation today, so we may continue our services in all 64 parishes.

Click here to see where recent Rambles have been hosted.

Admissions to our events support the work of LTHP throughout the year and many of our ticketed events include a member discount. Learn more about membership benefits and levels here.  Thank you for your support of LTHP and our mission!

Educational Videos on YouTube

Throughout 2020, LTHP remained engaged with preservation topics and projects around the state.  A diverse series of topics are covered in videos and are accessible on our YouTube channel here.  From career profiles in preservation to nominating a property to the National Register of Historic Places, we hope you find these videos useful.  Please contact LTHP if you have questions about your project.