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 →



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Request for Proposals/Qualifications


Documenting Multicultural Resources on Virginia's Battlefields

Request for Proposals: Documenting Multicultural Resources on Virginia's Battlefields
Sponsor: National Park Service's American Battlefield Protection Program (ABPP)
Summary: The American Battlefield Trust requests proposals from qualified consultants to document and map cultural resources associated with Native American and African American history and communities at three regions with Revolutionary War, Civil War, and/or War of 1812 battlefield landscapes in Virginia.
Deadline: September 22, 2023 5:00 PM ET
For proposal details, click here.

Historic Context Study - The History of Latino Communities of Washington, D.C.

Historic Context Study - The History of Latino Communities of Washington, D.C.
Sponsor: DC State Historic Preservation Office (DCSHPO)
Summary: The D.C. Preservation League seeks proposals from qualified consultants to study the themes and associated property types, and create a preliminary inventory of significant historic resources associated with the Latino community in the District.
Deadline: September 25, 2023 11:59 PM EDT
For proposal details, click here.







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Latest News & Highlights


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Association for Preservation Technology International (APTI) - Apply Now for Conference Scholarships

The Future of TECH (Technology, Environment, Cultural Heritage) is the theme of APTI's 2023 conference, with a series of workshops, field sessions, papers, and presentations from notable practitioners, emerging professionals, and students. Held October 9-14, the conference will take place at the Sheraton Grand Seattle, located near the city's iconic Pike Place Market.

APTI is pleased to announce conference scholarships, funded by the Getty Foundation. With their generous support, the organization will welcome ten Scholars from Latin America and the Caribbean and ten Equity Scholars from the US and Canada to the conference. Scholarships will cover travel, lodging, registration, and provide a per diem for additional costs.

APTI welcomes expanding the diversity of voices and experiences at the conference and is thankful to the Getty Foundation for providing the opportunity for preservation professionals from these communities to share their knowledge and build their networks of fellow preservationists from around the world.

Visit this link to read the eligibility requirements and apply.

National Council on Public History - Submissions Now Accepted for Awards

National Council on Public History - Submissions Now Accepted for Awards

NCPH awards recognize excellence in the diverse ways public historians apply their skills to the world around us. The purpose of the awards program is to promote professionalism and best practices among public historians and to raise awareness about their activities. Submissions for the Book Award and Kelley Award are due November 1, 2023; all other awards (the Outstanding Public History Project Award, Grassroots Public History Award, Excellence in Consulting Awards, New Professional Awards, and Student Awards) are due December 1, 2023. Help us acknowledge extraordinary work by nominating yourself or a colleague.

A full list of awards and submission details is available at ncph.org/about/awards