Join The Campaign for Historic Trades and Keweenaw National Historical Park for a day-long workshop that will cover the basics of Historic Preservation Fundamentals, Building Analysis, and why these topics are important for all trades people, contractors, and homeowners!
Participants will learn about why the Keweenaw Peninsula is unique, how this relates to historic preservation efforts, why historic preservation is important, and how to start a preservation project. Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss their own projects and/or homes with expert historic preservationist and workshop instructor Bruce Wright, and Campaign for Historic Trades staff. Participants will end the day with a guided walking tour of Calumet to apply the concepts they have learned throughout the workshop and practice their building analysis and documentation skills.
The registration link for this one-day workshop is here: Save Our Skills Workshop – Historic Preservation Fundamentals Tickets, Thu, Aug 24, 2023 at 9:00 AM | Eventbrite
Please note that an additional 2.5 days of hands on masonry up-skilling instruction will be offered on an invitational basis. This further instruction is designed for individuals with some background in masonry. If you would like learn more about this, please email Zola Barnes, Workshop Coordinator at email@example.com.
This workshop is hosted by Keweenaw National Historical Park NHP presented by the Campaign for Historic Trades – if you have questions, please contact Workshop Coordinator Zola Barnes, firstname.lastname@example.org.