Real Places Conference Resources Page

Thank you so much for attending our session at Real Places! Below are links to the projects and ideas we talked about during the session. You can also download a copy of our presentation.

If you have any questions or want to learn more about these ideas, please reach out to Natalie Moore or Justin Minsker.

Texas Highways Projects

The Texas Highways team has previously presented about these projects. We’ve included another presentation that gives some more information about our process, research, and marketing of these products.

The branding for Petal Pusher

Petal Pusher Email Mini-Course

Petal Pusher began March 14 and was available as an 8-email series exclusively for those who signed up. The TH team closed sign-ups in June.

You can see each of the emails below:

Welcome

Lady Bird Johnson

Bluebonnets

Field Guide

Wildflower Regions

Wildflower Drives

Growing Wildflowers

Art, Recipes and More

Texas Highways Camping Guide

We launched an interactive map and collection of stories related to camping in Texas, after seeing the huge increase in popularity of camping due to COVID-19. Check out the camping guide here.

Essential Texas Recipes

In December, we launched a curated guide to essential Texas recipes with an email capture built-in.

 

Texas Historical Commission Projects

Below are some of the projects that were discussed in our presentation. You can stay on top of our work by signing up for email updates or following us on social media.

Texas History at Home

Explore free instructive resources and activity sheets related to Texas history, preservation, and heritage tourism.

Historic Road Trip Itineraries

View our road trip itineraries for regions across the state, featuring historic landmarks, outdoor attractions, and local food and lodging.

WWII History Webinar Recording Blog

On the 75th anniversary of the Japanese surrender and the end of World War II, the Texas Historical Commission highlighted the leadership of four individuals with ties to Texas.

Texas Historical Commission State Historic Sites

The THC’s state historic sites have reopened with limited capacity. We are working to keep your family healthy and safe during your visit to our state historic sites.

 

Thanks again for attending our session!

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