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Preservation Trades Workshop, Natchitoches, Louisiana

PTN is partnering with the National Park Service’s National Center for Preservation Technology and Training to hold a Preservation Trades Workshop in Natchitoches, Louisiana on April 26-27, 2019. We are looking for demonstrators and vendors to make this event a success in a region we have not...

Accepting Applications for the PTN Board of Directors

  Are you ready to give back to the organization you know and love? Join the PTN Board of Directors and help PTN stay on course. Application deadline Feb. 28, 2019 Board Member Duties:

Christopher P. Robinson International Preservation Trades Exchange Scholarship Applications Announcement

Deadline: January 31, 2019 To ensure Chris’s legacy lives on, The Preservation Trades Network (PTN) in partnership with the Family and Friends of Chris Robinson are pleased to announce they are accepting applications for the 1st round of Christopher P. Robinson International Preservation Trades...

Training Opportunities at the Belvedere School

Longtime PTN member Bob Yapp founded the Belvedere School for Historic Preservation in July of 2008. The school is dedicated to teaching students from all over North America how to become artisans in the preservation trades. Over the last 20 years Bob has traveled across the country conducting...

New Scholarship in Honor of Chris Robinson

The Preservation Trades Network (PTN) in partnership with the Family and Friends of Chris Robinson are pleased to announce the establishment of Christopher P. Robinson Memorial International Preservation Trades Exchange Scholarship. The National Park Service and Preservation Community mourned the...

PTN's Guide to Understanding Repairs to Historic Homes Damaged by Floods

Originally developed in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, PTN's "Brief Guide to Understanding Repairs to Historic Homes Damaged by Hurricane Katrina and Other Related Floods" is relevant in 2016 as floods ravage Louisiana and surrounding states. Download it here.