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This community contains material associated with From Gray Areas to Green Areas: Developing Sustainable Practices in Preservation Environments (GAGA) symposium. It was a two-day symposium to examine sustainable practices in cultural heritage preservation environments, hosted by the Kilgarlin Center for Preservation of the Cultural Record at the University of Texas, Austin. Over 100 people from all over the world participated in sharing their interests, knowledge, and experiences about sustainable practices in cultural heritage preservation environments.

This symposium was held from November 1 (Thursday) to 2 (Friday), 2007.

This symposium was organized by Karen L. Pavelka, Snowden Becker, Craig Blaha, Sarah Kim, Ellen Cunningham-Kruppa, Ann Seago (School of Information, University of Texas at Austin), and Melissa J. Huber (School of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin).

Symposium partners were the J. Paul Getty Trust and Center for Sustainable Development, School of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin.

This symposium was sponsored by the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas Libraries, and O's Campus Cafe.

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