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Recapping The American Historic Trades Summit

Recapping The American Historic Trades Summit

Our team is back from Providence, RI where we hosted program leaders, tradespeople, educators, preservationists, and funders from across the country at the first American Historic Trades Summit from June 12-14, 2023. With two full days of sessions, networking, and...

Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month

March Women’s History Month and Women In Construction Week is March 5 - 11, 2023! The Campaign for Historic Trades would like to highlight resources for women who are and want to be in the trades.  According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, women make up...

Preservation Around the World: Japan’s Ise Shrine 

Preservation Around the World: Japan’s Ise Shrine 

Ukiyo-e by Sadahide Utagawa (1807-1873) depicting Emperor Meiji riding a portable shrine to go worship at Ise Shrine on March 11, 1869. Every 20 years the citizens surrounding the Ise Shrine gather to rebuild the inner shrine. This ancient tradition dates back two...

Just Announced: The American Historic Trades Summit

Just Announced: The American Historic Trades Summit

A Convening hosted by The Campaign for Historic Trades The Campaign for Historic Trades is excited to announce the first American Historic Trades Summit in Providence, RI June 12-14, 2023. The Summit will help develop a network for historic trades training programs,...

*Internship Alert!*                                     Join NPS Aspiring Preservationist Programs!

*Internship Alert!* Join NPS Aspiring Preservationist Programs!

The Campaign for the Historic Trades is the philanthropic partner of the National Park Service’s Historic Preservation Training Center (HPTC). Through this partnership, The Campaign would like to highlight some opportunities for young adults to join HPTC’s Aspiring...

Accessibility in Historic Trades Training Curricula

Accessibility in Historic Trades Training Curricula

Camp NAWIC participants practicing window glazing. Given the national shortage of trades workers and the retiring-out of a significant portion of the trades workforce, it is imperative that there is a spectrum of pathways for various types of learners to engage with...

Looking Back and Moving Forward 

Looking Back and Moving Forward 

A note from Natalie Henshaw, Director of The Campaign for Historic Trades Happy New Year! As we move into 2023, I want to take a moment and reflect on 2022. The Campaign for Historic Trades' mission is to expand and strengthen careers in the historic trades. Necessary...

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