One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.
One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.
One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.
One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.
One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.
One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.

Welcome to PreserveNet

the Preservationist's Resource


Professionals, students, and anyone interested in the field of historic preservation and related areas of study will find on this site a comprehensive database of regularly updated internet resources, a list of degree programs in historic preservation, and a jobs board.

Established in 1994 by Cornell University's Michael Tomlan and Bob Pick, PreserveNet was the result of a collaborative effort by preservation students from several universities who wished to assemble preservation information read more →





Latest News & Highlights



Push and Pull: A Dialog of Preservation Education and the Profession

Push and Pull: A Dialog of
Preservation Education and the Profession


This virtual, moderated series of lectures and discussions on teaching historic preservation in public schools is now available on NCPE's YouTube channel.

Apply for a Two-Week Pocantico Fellowship, Tarrytown, NY

Apply for a Two-Week Pocantico Fellowship, Tarrytown, NY

Apply today for the Pocantico Fellowship, a two-week residential fellowship in historic preservation that provides the opportunity to reside and work in the historic Marcel Breuer House located in Tarrytown, NY from June 21-July 3. Professionals use this dedicated time for a defined project with significant benefit to the preservation field. Funded by @SavingPlaces and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund & Pocantico Center.

Applications due April 19, 2022

HistoriCorps Volunteers Wanted - Conservation of CCC-constructed White Rock Shelter in the Ozarks

HistoriCorps Volunteers Wanted - Conservation of CCC-constructed White Rock Shelter in the Ozarks

During these week-long sessions volunteers will help preserve the natural stone and log west shelter on White Rock Mountain, built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Working with the project partne- Ozark-St. Francis National Forests - volunteers will work alongside seasoned professional to learn how to repair and replace deteriorated logs and re-roof the pitch roof. All meals, tools, training, and equipment provided on the property, as are campsites. Visit HistoriCorps website to find out more and to register.

Session Dates: May 1-6, 2022 and May 8-13, 2022




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