HistoriCorps saves and sustains historic places for public benefit through partnerships that foster public involvement, engage volunteers and provide training and education.  Since 2009, HistoriCorps has worked in 14 states, preserving 135 historic buildings and structures on public lands, all accomplished with the generous contribution of over 41,000 volunteer hours. 

At the heart of the HistoriCorps program model is the engagement of a broad and diverse cadre of partners and volunteers. By working with constituents, partners and volunteers, HistoriCorps is implementing meaningful solutions that save special places for generations to come. These critical partnerships will enable HistoriCorps to fundamentally change the way in which America saves and sustains its cultural and historic heritage. 

Volunteering with HistoriCorps is a one-of-a-kind experience. You could find yourself stabilizing a nineteenth century mining complex at 12,300 feet surrounded by 14,000 foot peaks, preserving a historic lookout tower with a view that extends 100 miles in every direction, backpacking into a remote canyon to reroof a historic cabin tucked away in the wilderness, or even restoring the house of one of Colorado’s most famous pioneer women! Whatever your passion, HistoriCorps projects are the perfect way to satisfy that travel bug while preserving a bit of history and spending relaxing evenings around the campfire. 

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