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Access online trainings, webinars, and learning resources to help you enhance your knowledge in the areas of Historic Preservation and Cultural Resources.
The Trades Alive video series provides step-by-step tutorials on different aspects of historic preservation in parks.
You've filmed your Trades Alive video, now what? Learn more about what to do now that you have your footage complete.
A list of all the learning activities that are required as part of the Historic Preservation Fundamentals Learning Series.
HPTC partners with the Stewards Individual Placement Program to provide training & hands-on experience in the preservation trades.
The American Institute of Architects supports the profession through education, advocacy, and public outreach related to new and historic architecture.
As you’re preparing your Trades Alive video, here are some good tips and tricks to remember while filming. It’s easy to remember These videos are meant to be tutorials, and at the end, you want your audience to know and understand how to do the technique you’re using. So, make them easy to remember and
An introduction to creating videos for Trades Alive, an effort to generate a community approach to creating historic preservation trades tutorial videos.
Watch the video to learn how to rake out mortar joints in historic brick.
This book explains the history and styles of log cabins, condition and historic assessments, preservation requirements, project planning, and safety.
The HPTC library is located at the Gambrill House and houses periodicals, manuals, reports, and books related to historic preservation.
Structural fire at The Wayside: Home of Authors, a 300 year old historic structure.
Watch a video in which dry stone mason Mark Jurus explains the techniques and features of a well-constructed dry laid stone wall.
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) promotes the preservation, enhancement, and sustainable use of our nation's diverse historic resources.
The Technical Preservation Services (TPS) office of the National Park Service is responsible for historic preservation policy and guidance.