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PTN is pleased to begin accepting applications for the first annual Misia Leonard Scholarships.  The scholarships are open to five students, apprentices, and beginning professionals. Each scholarship recipient will have their costs associated with attending the IPTW in Berryville, VA paid up to $1000.  This includes their conference fee, lodging and travel costs. Applicants need to send an application letter to PTN by June 30th, 2016.

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Have knowledge or expertise you want to share? Looking for targeted marketing opportunities? Looking for a way to build your company's brand while supporting a good cause? Then you're in luck!

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The Foundations Are Set: Build The Cornerstones

The Savannah Technical College Center for Traditional Craft in partnership with the Preservation Trades Network and the International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism (INTBAU) USA, will host the 5th International Trades Education Symposium (ITES) May 14-16 2015 at Savannah Technical College in Savannah, Georgia USA.

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Being a demonstrator or presenter at an International Preservation Trades Workshop is a great way to share your skills and knowledge and increase your visibility as a leader in the preservation trades. Demonstrators should have a strong background in the traditional building trades, as well as the ability to convey their techniques and skills in a way that highlights the diversity, vitality and relevance of the traditional trades and contributes to their understanding and practice.

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The 19th annual International Preservation Trades Workshop will take place July 22-24, 2015, at Shelburne Farms in Burlington, Vermont, one of the finest examples of a Victorian Era model farm and country estate, and a National Historic Landmark. Created for Dr. William Seward and Lila Vanderbilt Webb from 1886 to 1915, Shelburne Farms occupies 1,400 acres of designed and agricultural landscape, with significant buildings representing a combination of Shingle and Queen Anne styles.

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