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

NCPE offers paid internships in the fields of historic preservation, cultural resource management, archeology, museum studies and allied fields.

Review these opportunities and apply for Summer 2022 internships
between Jan 24 - Feb 25 at preservenet.org/ncpe-internships


HistoriCorps Volunteers Wanted - Conservation of one of the oldest buildings in Virginia

HistoriCorps Volunteers Wanted - Conservation of one of Virginia's oldest buildings
During this week long session volunteers will help preserve the Old Brick House, completed in 1685 and located on the Appomattox River in Virginia. Today part of the Conjurer's Neck Archeological District, volunteers will work alongside experts to learn how to restore the house's wooden porch and its brick supports. 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: April 3 - 8, 2022

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History of American Architecture: Eero Saarinen and His Circle - Virtual Lecture Series
The fifth annual installment of the Cranbrook Center for Collections and Research's popular Historic of American Architecture lecture series returns with a focus on the architects, designers, and thinkers associated with one of Cranbrook's, and the nation's, most influential designers: Eero Saarinen. Reduced fee for students; advanced registration required.
Mondays, January 31 - February 28, 2022

Charles F. Sams III Sworn In as National Park Service Director - NPS Press Release

Charles F. Sams III Sworn In as National Park Service Director - NPS Press Release

Charles F. "Chuck" Sams III was sworn in as Director of the National Park Service (NPS) by Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland on December 16, 2021.

Director Sams is the first Tribal citizens to lead the agency, which has been without a Senate confirmed leader for nearly five years.



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.

2022 Catherine W. Bishir Prize from the Vernacular Architecture Forum

2022 Catherine W. Bishir Prize from
the Vernacular Architecture Forum

Submissions now being considered for the Bishir Prize, which is awarded annually to a scholarly, peer-reviewed article that has made a significant contribution to the study of vernacular architecture and cultural landscapes.
Deadline for nominations: February 1, 2022

Preservation Technology and Training Grants 2022

Preservation Technology and Training Grants 2022
NCPTT grants are intended to create better tools, better materials, and better approaches to conserving buildings, landscapes, sites, and collections.

Applications Due Feb 7, 2022




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