Welcome to HistoriCorps

We are a nonprofit organization that provides volunteers, students and veterans of all skill levels with a hands-on experience preserving historic structures on public lands across America. Volunteers and students work with HistoriCorps field staff to learn preservation skills and put those skills to work saving historic places that have fallen into disrepair.

HistoriCorps works to ensure America’s cultural and historical sites exist for generations to come. Join us on a project!

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HistoriCorps Needs Your Help!

Two last-minute volunteer opportunities are available for registration now!

Spend a week at an amazing lakeside campsite and help us restore a historic site!

Follow the links below:

Hebo Lake Community Kitchen, Oregon: Session 4: September 6-11, 2016

Soldier Lake Pavilion, Michigan: Session 3: August 28-September 2, 2016

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HistoriCorps shared National Park Foundation's video.Friday, August 26th, 2016 at 9:36am
Happy 100th Birthday to the National Parks Service! HistoriCorps is proud to have partnered with and served some of our beautiful parks - most recently we teamed up with Joshua Tree National Park. Which ones have you visited?
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Happy 100th birthday, National Park Service! On this day in 1916, President Woodrow Wilson created the agency that would be responsible for preserving our nation's inheritance. Today, it cares for the over 400 unique natural, cultural, and historical national park units across the country. Thank you to the women and men of NPS who help safeguard our heritage and share the many stories that make up our national narrative. Here's to kicking off the second century together! http://prks.org/1pbOyNm #FindYourPark #EncuentraTuParque #NPS100
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HistoriCorps shared U.S. Forest Service - Hiawatha National Forest's post.Friday, August 26th, 2016 at 2:41am
What great photos we've been getting from U.S. Forest Service - Hiawatha National Forest! Volunteers are restoring Soldier Lake Pavilion in Michigan, and it's been going great! Volunteer spots still open for next week!
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HistoriCorps added 2 new photos.Thursday, August 25th, 2016 at 3:18am
If you're looking for a getaway, head to the Pacific Coast and volunteer at Hebo Lake in Oregon. We've teamed up with Passport in Time to fix up the pavilion there. Register today to help finish the work that was started last week. Session 4: September 6-11

http://historicorps.org/events/hebo-lake-2016/
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HistoriCorps shared U.S. Forest Service - Hiawatha National Forest's photo.Wednesday, August 24th, 2016 at 3:27am
We still have volunteer spots open for next week, starting August 28! Soldier Lake is a historic pavilion nestled on the banks of the lake - spend a scenic vacation resting lakeside while saving a piece of history.

Register today: http://historicorps.org/events/soldier-lake-pavilion-2016/
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HistoriCorps added 7 new photos.Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016 at 2:57am
Check out these great photos from Forest Lodge, taken by one of our favorite crew leaders, Mary Bindas earlier in the summer! Looks like volunteers had a great time and got a lot done!
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Sponsored by Hiawatha National Forest Session Dates: Session 1 Sunday, August 14 – Friday, August 19 *Please arrive at the project site after 6:00pm on Sunday, August 14th to meet the field staff and set up camp. Project work will begin at 8:00am on Monday, August 15th. The session will end at 1:00pm on Friday, August 19th. Session 2 Sunday, (more…)


Sponsored by Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest  Session Dates: Session 1 Sunday, September 4 – Friday, September 9 *Please arrive at the camp site at 6:00pm on Sunday, September 4th to meet the field staff and set up camp. Project work will begin at 8:00am on Monday, September 5th. The session will end at 1:00pm on Friday, September 9th. History: (more…)


Sponsored by Siuslaw National Forest In partnership with the United States Forest Service’s Passport In Time program Volunteer registration for sessions 1, 2 and 3 will be managed by Passport In Time and is currently full. Volunteer registration for session 4 will be managed by HistoriCorps. Please register for Session 4 at the bottom of this page. Session (more…)

Be a Hero, Help Save a Historic Place

Historic preservation is for everyone! HistoriCorps provides volunteer opportunities preserving historic structures on public lands across America. Join us for an adventure in the great outdoors. Help us hammer, chisel, saw, scrape, sand and paint historic buildings back to life. No previous construction experience is required, just a positive attitude and strong work ethic.

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