Upcoming Volunteer Projects

Upcoming Volunteer Projects

Upcoming Preservation Projects

Project Map
Projects will be added to our calendar regularly throughout the year!

Registrations will open soon – Stay tuned!

HistoriCorps is committed to keeping our volunteers, staff, and project communities safe. All volunteers will be required to affirm that they will be fully vaccinated from the Covid-19 virus by the time their project begins.

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Thank you for all of your hard work in 2022. We can’t wait to see you in 2023!

*All projects listed below have “TENTATIVE DATES” and may change as we approach the beginning of our 2023 season*

Lake Wedington Cabins, AR

Ozark-St. Francis National Forests

February 26 – March 3, March 5-10, March 12-17, March 19-24, March 26-31

Join us at Lake Wedington in 2023 as we continue our work preserving the cabins at the Lake Wedington Recreational Area! Enjoy your time among the serene backdrop of the Ozark-St. Francis National Forest and spend your off hours lounging by the lake, exploring the abundance of recreational opportunities, or connecting with your fellow crew members. Camping logistics are TBD. Stay tuned!

Mendocino Woodlands State Park – Camp Two Cabins, CA

California State Parks

March 19-24, March 26-31, and April 2-7

Deep in the backwoods of Mendocino County you’ll find a rich history of CCC-built buildings submerged under the canopy of Redwood trees. Join us in early spring as we step into the mystic of Northern California for a woodworking good time! Camping TBD. Stay Tuned!

Yellow Creek Schoolhouse, CO

Bureau of Land Management

April 23-28, April 30 – May 5, May 7 – 12

This spring as we raise the roof on the Yellow Creek Schoolhouse outside of Meeker, CO! Join us for a few sessions of scenic roofing as we rehabilitate the rural building that educated generations from the surrounding area. Help keep this historic landmark upright. Camping TBD. Stay tuned!

Red Mountain Open Space Barn, CO

Larimer County Department of Natural Resources

April 26-21, April 23-28, April 30 – May 5, and May 7-12

Nestled in the backdrop of Northern Colorado’s Red Mountain Open Space sits a secluded ranch dating back to the 1870s. Join us this spring to as we revive the regal barn on this breathtaking piece of land. Tents are permitted and there is room for a few truck or van campers in designated spaces. Unfortunately, no RV spaces will be provided. Stay Tuned!

Collier Logging Museum, OR

Oregon State Parks, OR 

May 7-12, May 14-19, and May 21-26

History runs deep at the Collier Logging Museum and we are excited to join Oregon State Parks in welcoming our volunteers to one of the most iconic time capsules of the state’s logging industry. Join us in may as we carve our way through log repairs and stone masonry work. Camping logistics are TBD, but access to the site will be convenient. Stay tuned!

Eastville Jail, VA

Northampton Historical Society

May 7-12, May 14-19, and May 21-26

Mark your calendars, because we’re headed to the east shores of Virginia. The Eastville Jail sits along the county courthouse green and features early 20th century brick masonry. If you like historic buildings and visiting the beach, you might want to add the Eastville Jail to your Calendar in 2023! Camping TBD. Stay tuned!

Forest Lodge, WI

Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest

June 4-9, June 11-16, June 18-23, and June 25-30

Bring your kayak, lawn chair, and good pair of working gloves as we head back for another round at Forest Lodge! Our partners at the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest are excited to have us back and we can’t wait to get our hands dirty for another round at one of our longest standing projects. Tents, truck campers, and campervans, are welcome at the campsite. Unfortunately, there are no RV spaces available. Stay tuned!

Magnolia Plantation Slave Cabins, SC

Magnolia Plantation & Gardens

June 11-16, June 18-23, and June 25-30

The Magnolia Plantation has a tumultuous history dating back before the Civil War, using slaves as a primary force to upkeep the plantation. Today, the Magnolia Plantation seeks to preserve the histories of those enslaved and has invited HistoriCorps to help rehabilitate the slave cabins falling into disrepair. We are honored to take part in this project and hope you will join us to maintain the physical remains of these buildings for future generations to learn from.  Camping TBD. Stay tuned!