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Adventures in Preservation
Established
2001
Program Description
Hands-on volunteer vacations provide training in historic building conservation techniques; volunteers complete preservation work in support of community-driven projects worldwide. AiP connects people and preservation through experiential programs.
Programs/Year
3-4
Program Length
1 to 2 weeks
Group Size or S:T Ratio
5-15
Program Focus
Culture/History/Heritage, Research, Archaeology, Art/Architecture/Design
Faculty
Building conservation specialists and/or craftspeople skilled in historic building repair and restoration.
Costs
From $750-$1,500/week includes lodging, most meals, training, excursions, insurance.
U.S. Locations
Gloucester, Virginia
Global Locations
Drenoc, Kosovo,
Gyumri, Armenia
Dole, France
Moray, Scotland
Months
May, June, July, August, September, October
Contact
Judith Broeker
Program Director
Adventures in Preservation
1557 North St.
Boulder, CO 80304
United States
Phone: 303-444-0128
E-Mail:
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