HistoriCorps Volunteers: Saving Places Since 2009
Everyone can be a HistoriCorps Volunteer! We team up crews of volunteers from all walks of life with our expert field staff to learn preservation skills and put those skills to work saving historic places that have fallen into disrepair.
Join us for an adventure in the great outdoors this season! Help us hammer, reroof, chisel, repair, replace, paint, and sand historic buildings back to life. No previous construction experience is required - just a positive attitude and strong work ethic.
Registration, food, and lodging are free! Volunteers can register for a minimum of one session (5 days), and as many sessions as they want!
Projects with spots still open for the summer are:
- California: Swiss Cabin, North Bloomfield School and Hirz Lookout
- Colorado: Bergen & Fillius Park, Homestead Meadows, and Corral Park Cabin
- Michigan: Nestbit Lake Camp
- Missouri: Surprise School
- Tennessee: Homeplace
- Wyoming: Anderson Lodge and Bar-B-C Ranch
Keywords: volunteering, preservation, restoration, conservation, cultural heritage, history, outdoors, adventure
Posted: June 26, 2018
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