Advancing Holistic Heritage Management

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The PUP Consortium is a volunteer-run worldwide network with a big mission: transform the global paradigm in heritage management and planning from a technical rational mindset to a holistic one.

As we manage our projects through partners and have a volunteer staff as well as a pay-by-project technical corps, we keep our overhead low. Yet we do use funds for student scholarships, maintain our website, and getting the word out. So every dollar helps.

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PUP with its Mexican country representative, HESNAC A.C., are working with the community of Mineral de Pozos, Guanajuato to convert its ghost town mining ruins into a well managed attraction to anchor its community development. The ruins bring people from Mexico City every weekend, often times for photo shoots and other times to get married with the gold and silver mining buildings in the background. Here a couple poses under a drone for the perfect romantic shot, that they practiced time and time again to get it right.

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