The CHN team has been hard at work to deliver an incomparable conference programme for the upcoming "Caribbean Conversations in Conservation" Conference or #CCCConference2020 which is scheduled from March 16-19, 2020. With just over a month to go, we look forward to welcoming delegates from the Caribbean, North America, the United Kingdom and Europe for this innovative workshop-based conference. Climate Change, disaster preparedness and conservation are key themes and we have been collaborating with local built environment practitioners such as the Barbados Institute of Architects (BIA) and heritage institutions to create an exciting conference. We invite you to Register Now!
In this issue, we bring you the latest on conference preparations and the line up. We also continue our "Profiles in Heritage" series which will feature the work of Caribbean heritage practitioners working in the region and internationally. Our second profile is Grenadian John Angus Martin, Director of the Saba Archaeological Center. We also meet one of our Interest Group Moderators, Kaye Hall, Education Officer at the Barbados Museum and Historical Society (BMHS).
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