For Preservation Professionals and Students
Historic New England’s preservation experts share knowledge and expertise through white papers and special programs
Learn about Historic New England’s approach to preservation in a series of white papers on a range of topics. Our preservation philosophy guides practical decision-making and articulates our mission to share preservation knowledge with the public. Many projects include a goal of increasing energy efficiency at Historic New England sites. We periodically offer special programs for students, professionals, and advocates in the preservation field.
Register now: Field School in Preservation Practice: Using Easements to Protect Historic Properties; Friday and Saturday, October 13 and 14, Shirley, Mass.
The property care team at Historic New England is responsible for the ongoing assessment, maintenance, and preservation of our historic sites. Property care staff are organized by region and scope of work. Regional preservation managers and landscape managers work closely with staff at each of our historic sites to coordinate routine maintenance as well as preservation work and special projects.
Check current job listings at Historic New England or apply to be an intern.
Programs for Professionals and Students
Our staff shares knowledge with other preservation professionals and students at an annual field school and other programs. Check our events calendar.
Eustis Estate Transformation
Transforming the Eustis Estate in Milton, Massachusetts, from a private home into a museum is a major preservation priority.
Our crew of preservation carpenters is based at the Lyman Estate in Waltham, Massachusetts, but serves sites throughout new England.
Read our white papers on dozens of preservation topics.
Learn how we preserve private homes with preservation easements.
Become a member and tour Historic New England properties for free.