Log House Preservation Pre-Conference Workshop

Catoctin Furnace 12714 Catoctin Furnace Road, Thurmont, MD, United States

This workshop is hosted by the Preservation Trades Network as a pre-conference workshop to its annual International Preservation Trades Workshop. It will be led by HistoriCorps, and take place at the Collier Log House at the Catoctin Furnace in Frederick County, Maryland. Read more about the Collier Log House from the Catoctin Furnace Historical Society: https://catoctinfurnace.org/colliers/ These […]

$200

Hunter Creek Road House Rehab, CO

Hunter Creek Campsite 804 Hunter Creek Rd, Aspen, CO, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: During this HistoriCorps project, volunteers will get to experience a once-in-a-lifetime, all inclusive trip to this internationally-renowned destination while also giving back through preserving the iconic Hunter Creek Road House. According to the Hunter Creek Historical Foundation, “This 60-acre site includes both pre-historic and historic components and has been identified by the Forest […]

Free

Red Mountain Historic Horse Barn Rehab, CO

Red Mountain Open Space Historic Horse Barn Buckeye, CO, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: The Roberts-Goodwin buildings at Red Mountain Open Space serve as physical historic remnants of the area’s pioneer agricultural and ranching heritage. The focus of our work is on a 100+ year old horse barn that shares the history of farmers and ranchers who settled here between the 1870s and 1920. This is a […]

Free

Cave Mountain Lake Pavilion Rehab, VA

Cave Mountain Lake Pavilion Natural Bridge Station, VA, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: The Pavilion at Cave Mountain Lake Recreation Area is another timeless structure built in the 1930s by the fabled Civilian Conservation Corps, a nine year program created by federal government that put young men to work during the Great Depression on conservation and natural resources projects across the country. HistoriCorps is excited to […]

Free

Lake Wedington Cabins Rehab, AR

Lake Wedington Cabins 15592 Lake Weddington Entry Rd, Fayetteville, AR, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Located on land historically inhabited by the Kickapoo, Osage, Caddo, O-ga-xpa, and Ohéthi Šakówi Nations, Lake Wedington hosted Civilian Conservation Corps crews that constructed cabins and other recreational buildings for public use. These CCC-built resources are overdue for some HistoriCorps TLC. Volunteers will get the opportunity to restore the rustic cabins at Lake Wedington […]

Free

Mary Dowen Cabin Rehab, CA

Mary Dowen Cabin 6530 Konocti Rd, Kelseyville, CA, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: When Mary Downen, a homesteader and widow, first visited Mount Konocti in 1902 she found herself with a deep admiration of the old oak forest that fell before her eyes. It was then that she decided to stay and build a small home for herself at 3,500 feet in elevation and to live there […]

Free

Homeplace Double Pen House, TN

Homeplace 1850s Working Farm and Living History Museum 4512 The Trace, Dover, TN, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Located near the Kentucky-Tennessee state border, Homeplace evokes the Civil War era in U.S. history through replicating a two-generation farm spanning the scenic, rolling landscape of northwest Tennessee. These days, interpreters in period clothing reenact daily chores on a real, working farm, where attention to details, routine, and craftsmanship is of the utmost […]

Free

Cave Mountain Lake Pavilion Rehab, VA

Cave Mountain Lake Pavilion Natural Bridge Station, VA, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: The Pavilion at Cave Mountain Lake Recreation Area is another timeless structure built in the 1930s by the fabled Civilian Conservation Corps, a nine year program created by federal government that put young men to work during the Great Depression on conservation and natural resources projects across the country. HistoriCorps is excited to […]

Free

Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park, CA

Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park 00618121, Coloma, CA, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park is among the oldest IOOF halls in El Dorado County, CA, and stands as one of the oldest fraternal halls in the State. It was used by the IOOF and other community groups for nearly 150 years. The primary goal the for the 2023 sessions is to […]

Free

Mendocino Woodlands State Park – Camp 2 Cabins Rehab

Mendocino Woodlands State Park Fort Bragg, CA, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Join HistoriCorps crew this Fall to perform much needed maintenance to Camp 2 cabins in the Mendocino Woodlands State Park. After all, the Mendocino Woodlands was given to the people of California with the mandate that it be used for recreation and environmental education. This means the cabins are used by thousands of […]

Free

Cave Mountain Lake Pavilion Rehab, VA

Cave Mountain Lake Pavilion Natural Bridge Station, VA, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: The Pavilion at Cave Mountain Lake Recreation Area is another timeless structure built in the 1930s by the fabled Civilian Conservation Corps, a nine year program created by federal government that put young men to work during the Great Depression on conservation and natural resources projects across the country. HistoriCorps is excited to […]

Free

Lake Wedington Cabins Rehab, AR

Lake Wedington Cabins 15592 Lake Weddington Entry Rd, Fayetteville, AR, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Located on land historically inhabited by the Kickapoo, Osage, Caddo, O-ga-xpa, and Ohéthi Šakówi Nations, Lake Wedington hosted Civilian Conservation Corps crews that constructed cabins and other recreational buildings for public use. These CCC-built resources are overdue for some HistoriCorps TLC. Volunteers will get the opportunity to restore the rustic cabins at Lake Wedington […]

Free

Mary Dowen Cabin Rehab, CA

Mary Dowen Cabin 6530 Konocti Rd, Kelseyville, CA, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: When Mary Downen, a homesteader and widow, first visited Mount Konocti in 1902 she found herself with a deep admiration of the old oak forest that fell before her eyes. It was then that she decided to stay and build a small home for herself at 3,500 feet in elevation and to live there […]

Free

Homeplace Double Pen House, TN

Homeplace 1850s Working Farm and Living History Museum 4512 The Trace, Dover, TN, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Located near the Kentucky-Tennessee state border, Homeplace evokes the Civil War era in U.S. history through replicating a two-generation farm spanning the scenic, rolling landscape of northwest Tennessee. These days, interpreters in period clothing reenact daily chores on a real, working farm, where attention to details, routine, and craftsmanship is of the utmost […]

Free

Lake Wedington Cabins Rehab, AR

Lake Wedington Cabins 15592 Lake Weddington Entry Rd, Fayetteville, AR, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Located on land historically inhabited by the Kickapoo, Osage, Caddo, O-ga-xpa, and Ohéthi Šakówi Nations, Lake Wedington hosted Civilian Conservation Corps crews that constructed cabins and other recreational buildings for public use. These CCC-built resources are overdue for some HistoriCorps TLC. Volunteers will get the opportunity to restore the rustic cabins at Lake Wedington […]

Free

Mary Dowen Cabin Rehab, CA

Mary Dowen Cabin 6530 Konocti Rd, Kelseyville, CA, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: When Mary Downen, a homesteader and widow, first visited Mount Konocti in 1902 she found herself with a deep admiration of the old oak forest that fell before her eyes. It was then that she decided to stay and build a small home for herself at 3,500 feet in elevation and to live there […]

Free

Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park, CA

Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park 00618121, Coloma, CA, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park is among the oldest IOOF halls in El Dorado County, CA, and stands as one of the oldest fraternal halls in the State. It was used by the IOOF and other community groups for nearly 150 years. The primary goal the for the 2023 sessions is to […]

Free

Homeplace Double Pen House, TN

Homeplace 1850s Working Farm and Living History Museum 4512 The Trace, Dover, TN, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Located near the Kentucky-Tennessee state border, Homeplace evokes the Civil War era in U.S. history through replicating a two-generation farm spanning the scenic, rolling landscape of northwest Tennessee. These days, interpreters in period clothing reenact daily chores on a real, working farm, where attention to details, routine, and craftsmanship is of the utmost […]

Free

Mendocino Woodlands State Park – Camp 2 Cabins Rehab

Mendocino Woodlands State Park Fort Bragg, CA, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Join HistoriCorps crew this Fall to perform much needed maintenance to Camp 2 cabins in the Mendocino Woodlands State Park. After all, the Mendocino Woodlands was given to the people of California with the mandate that it be used for recreation and environmental education. This means the cabins are used by thousands of […]

Free

Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park, CA

Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park 00618121, Coloma, CA, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park is among the oldest IOOF halls in El Dorado County, CA, and stands as one of the oldest fraternal halls in the State. It was used by the IOOF and other community groups for nearly 150 years. The primary goal the for the 2023 sessions is to […]

Free

Homeplace Double Pen House, TN

Homeplace 1850s Working Farm and Living History Museum 4512 The Trace, Dover, TN, United States

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Located near the Kentucky-Tennessee state border, Homeplace evokes the Civil War era in U.S. history through replicating a two-generation farm spanning the scenic, rolling landscape of northwest Tennessee. These days, interpreters in period clothing reenact daily chores on a real, working farm, where attention to details, routine, and craftsmanship is of the utmost […]

Free

Houston Ranger Station Restoration Volunteers

Houston Ranger Station, MO 208 S Sam Houston Blvd, Houston, MO, United States

Come restore one of Missouri’s finest examples of Colonial Revival architecture in the heart of the Mark Twain National Forest! The Houston Ranger Station is located in the Houston Ranger District of Missouri. The buildings were constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Lynchburg Camp with help from the Emergency Relief Administration (ERA) between 1936 […]

Cave Mountain Lake Pavilion Rehabilitation Volunteers

Cave Mountain Lake Pavilion Natural Bridge Station, VA, United States

Whelp, it looks like we’re heading back to Virginia, and we couldn’t be more excited! Over twenty volunteers joined us in 2023, putting a sizable dent in the long list of tasks necessary to restore the Cave Mountain Lake Pavilion. Needless to say, we are itching to get back out there to finish the job. […]

Boykin Springs Shelter Restoration Volunteers

Boykin Springs Recreation Area Forest Service Rd 313, Zavalla, TX, United States

Spring into action to help restore the shelter at Boykin Springs Recreation Area, nestled inside the tranquil Angelina National Forest! The Pineywoods of East Texas is a region thick with rolling hills, swamps, and pinewood forests that extend eastward into Louisiana, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. It’s the kind of place that is naturally equipped for outdoor […]

Livermore Cabin Restoration Volunteers

Livermore Cabin, California 55420 CA-1, Big Sur, CA, United States

Jaw-dropping views of California’s Big Sur coast await all those who answer the call to preserve the Livermore Cabin for a week of enchantment south of Monterey! Big Sur of California’s central coast is a weaving oceanside dropping down from the Santa Lucia Mountains that hug the majestic Highway 1 running from Carmel to  San […]

Volunteers Needed: Enomoto Cabin Restoration, CA

Enomoto Cabin, CA 13800 Gilroy Hot Springs, Gilroy, CA, United States

We’re returning to the Gilroy Yamato Hot Springs to preserve the Enomoto Cabin, which has fallen into disrepair from vandalism and neglect!   SESSION DATES: May 26-31 and June 2-7 PROJECT SUPERVISOR: Patrick Kennedy!   Project Site Description & History: Enomoto Cabin is part of the Gilroy Yamato Hot Springs. Its historical significance spans several generations from […]

Free

Calamity Camp, Colorado Restoration Volunteers

Calamity Camp, Colorado 11 9/10 Rd, Gateway, CO, United States

From the early 1900s until the 1960s, radium, vanadium, and uranium mining boomed on Colorado’s western slope. Calamity Camp survives as a popular tourist stop for historians looking for a “miner detour.” On the western slope of Colorado you’ll find epic mesas, towering mountain ranges, and among other things, a rich mining history. Calamity Camp […]

Lemley Mill and Miners Delight Saloon, WY Volunteers

Lemley Mill and Miners Delight Saloon Atlantic City, WY, United States

It’s time again for HistoriCorps to return to Wyoming and continue our longstanding work at the historic Lemley Mill and Miners Delight Saloon! SESSION DATES: June 2-7, June 9-14, June 23-28, and June 30 – July 5 LOCATION: 45 minutes from Lander, WY! Project Site Description & History: Located just 40 minutes from the outdoor-lovers’ destination of […]

Joyce Estate Main Lodge Restoration Volunteers

Joyce Estate, Minnesota FC7V+7X, Bovey, MN, United States

One hundred years ago, Joyce Estate was living large during the roaring 20s, and a century later, HistoriCorps is helping return it to its former glory days. In 2023 HistoriCorps began a new partnership with the Chippewa National Forest whose region covers roughly 1.6 million acres in the north central woods of Minnesota. Secluded just […]

Seeking Volunteers for High Knob Fire Tower, WV

High Knob Fire Tower, WV High Knob Trail, Brandywine, WV, United States

This is a HardCorps project, which will involve a higher degree of difficulty for participants. SESSION DATES: June 2-7 and June 9-14 PROJECT SUPERVISOR: Pete Specht CREW LEADER: Karina Burbank Rising atop the crest of Shenandoah Mountain is the High Knob Fire Tower, a one of kind stone-constructed lookout tower built in the 1930s that symbolizes a […]