Are you interested in a hands-on study experience from the Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation? This is a unique opportunity to study and apply preventive conservation techniques in a historic house on a wilderness barrier island off the coast of Savannah, Georgia. Six participants will join six project leaders for this in-depth experience at the Torrey West House on Ossabaw Island. The island is reachable only by chartered boat, and participants will bring supplies and food from the mainland. The course is intended for anyone managing a historic property, and it has been popular with emerging professionals in the field. For more information visit their website.
Preventive Conservation: A hands-on study experience
September 30, 2013 by Leave a Comment