HistoriCorps saves and sustains historic places for public benefit through partnerships that foster public involvement, engage volunteers and provide training and education.

How To Volunteer For A HistoriCorps Project

HistoriCorps projects are designed with the volunteer in mind. Tools, safety equipment, and meals are included in all work projects. Our project leaders are hired because they are not only specialists in their field, they are impassioned teachers that want to pass on traditional building and restoration trades skills to a new generation of preservationists.

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2014 Season a Great Success

We are proud to report that in 2014, over 250 volunteers, veterans, students and youth successfully preserved 22 buildings in 8 states while contributing over 14,500 hours of service and training.

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Fabyan Guard Station
Preservation Award

On May 12, 2015, HistoriCorps® and the White Mountain National Forest were recognized with a Preservation Achievement Award for the restoration of Fabyan Guard Station. The award celebrates the project’s excellence in stewardship, degree of challenge, craftsmanship quality of the rehabilitation, and educational component of the work.

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