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VOLUNTEER with HISTORICORPS to rehabilitate the Thunderbird Barn in the stunning National Monument of Canyon de Chelly! PROJECT SITE DESCRIPTION: Inhabited by diverse peoples for over 5,000 years, Canyon de Chelly is today located in the heart of Navajo Nation. To this day, the canyon serves (more…)


We are currently developing our 2017 project season. Please contact Jamie Baird, jbaird@historicorps.org, for more information about HistoriCorps Institute.  HistoriCorps Institute™  is the education and training arm of HistoriCorps®, the nationally recognized leader in mobilizing citizens to save and protect places that matter. Through our Program in Heritage Conservation and Construction, students learn the decision (more…)


VOLUNTEER with HISTORICORPS to rehabilitate Palace Station, a rest stop for stagecoaches on an historic highway in northern Arizona. Volunteers may sign up for  one or more sessions. Please plan to arrive between 5pm and 7pm the on the first day of the session; work will begin on the following morning. We will depart in the afternoon of the last (more…)


VOLUNTEER with HISTORICORPS to rehabilitate Arrowhead Lodge in Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forest! Note: This is a unique two-day, two-night project. STUDENTS: If you are interested in earning credit or a certificate through the HistoriCorps Institute, learn more and apply through the HistoriCorps Institute’s page. Session 1: May 19 - 21, 2017 Please plan to arrive at or after 6pm the on the (more…)


Veterans and Volunteers: Join HistoriCorps to continue rehabilitating the grand Forest Lodge! We are offering a special opportunity again this year to veterans wishing to explore a career in historic preservation! Veterans who join this project for a full four sessions (one month) will receive: A daily stipend Two (2) credit hours from Northland College A (more…)


VOLUNTEER with HISTORICORPS to rehabilitate the timberframe of the Bowerman Barn, originally constructed by hand more than a century ago! Please plan to arrive between 5pm and 7pm the on the first day of the session; work will begin on the following morning. We will depart in the afternoon of the last day of the session. PROJECT SITE DESCRIPTION: (more…)


VOLUNTEER with HISTORICORPS as we return to Wild Plum Guard Station to continue our preservation work! In 2015, volunteers worked on the site’s main cabin, and in 2016, volunteers preserved three outbuildings on the site: a bunkhouse, garage and barn. This year, we will work on the site's blacksmith shop, barn, and garage. STUDENTS: If you are (more…)


Volunteer with HistoriCorps to preserve the historic Kirkwood Museum on the Wild and Scenic Snake River! Top photo source: Wallowa-Whitman National Forest DATES: June 16 - June 25, 2017 This project is more logistically demanding than most HistoriCorps projects (see details below). Please be advised that this is a tent-only project. CHALLENGE LEVEL: MEDIUM. This log cabin project involves (more…)


Welcome, Nevada Conservation Corps members! This project will be completed through a partnership with the Nevada Conservation Corps (NCC) and is not open to the general public. If you're interested in joining HistoriCorps in Great Basin National Park, consider registering for the Rhodes Cabin project!  Far from any roads and sitting at 11,000 feet of elevation lies (more…)

We have two pages full of projects! Click here to find more!

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Know of a historic site that needs updating? Let us know by submitting a letter of interest. Visit our Project Page to learn more about submitting a project.

Completed Projects

To all of our volunteers, we thank you profusely! We have saved more than 200 historic buildings and structures in 26 different states since our founding in October 2009! Join us on a project this year!