Northern Hardwoods Research Institute Newsletter
March 22, 2021 – The Northern Hardwoods Research Institute (NHRI) is an innovative partnership between the forest sector, governments and academia. NHRI was founded in 2012 to conduct research related to the management of northern hardwoods and mixed forests of Eastern North America. Winter 2021 Vol. 1, Issue 3 Newsletter
Apply to Serve on the 2024 IECC Development Committees
March 22, 2021 – Committee members are an essential component of updating the IECC, the minimum set of requirements for energy efficiency used by communities around the world. Our communities need talented, dedicated, and experienced individuals to help guide the future of the IECC. Learn more
Free Webinar: Addressing Skills Shortage
March 18, 2021 – Join the Code Council’s Global Membership Council in the first of a series of four quarterly webinars in 2021 focused on global building safety issues. Read more
Upcoming Training Opportunities to Advance Your Career
March 10, 2021 – The Code Council offers live virtual classrooms, webinars, and online courses, so you can continue to advance your career and expand your industry knowledge from any location. Learn more
New Funding Resource – soon to be launched…..
Preservation Directory.com is very pleased to announce the soon-to-be launched funding resource – HistoricFunding.com. The site is almost ready for launch (they are finishing the build and testing process now). Expect a full launch in March/April of 2021!
Overview of HistoricFunding.com:
- Searchable database of over 6,000 funding programs available locally (city/county/region), Statewide, and Federal programs.
- Types of programs include: grants, loans, tax incentives, preservation easements, award programs, scholarships, fellowships, internships, and apprenticeships.
- In addition to funding sources for historic preservation and restoration projects, the database also includes funding sources for: Arts Programs (Visual/Performing/Writing), Humanities Programs, Cultural Resource (Archaeology, Cultural Landscapes, Ethnographic Resources, Historic Sites & Structures and Museums) Programs, Downtown and Main Street Programs, Resources for Library and Archival Organizations and Institutions, Conference Travel Programs, Low Income and Emergency Repair Programs, Transportation Infrastructure Programs, and much more!
Written Comments on IECC Now Posted
Written comments are available at www.iccsafe.org/iecc-development-process.
Although registration to speak is now closed, anyone who wants to listen in may do so by registering here.
Please direct additional questions to Mike Pfeiffer, Senior Vice President of Technical Services, at email@example.com.
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