More Than a Work Project
Not your average work day: the Northern Bedrock crew canoed and portaged 14 miles into the Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Areas to restore a boat house built by the Civilian Conservation Corps.
Northern Bedrock has identified the need for cemetery care and monument restoration. Corps members follow the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for monument preservation in Carlton, Minnesota at the Hillside Cemetery.
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With steady hands and deep breaths, Northern Bedrock Corpsmembers apply glazing putty to repair the windows on a boat house in the Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area built by the Civilian Conservation Corps.
Removing debris may not be technically challenging, but base stabilization is a vital step towards restoring the Reverend William T. Boutwell House in Stillwater, Minn., which was partially demolished in January of 2015.
While working across the state of Minnesota, Northern Bedrock crews
work, eat and sleep near the project site.
Log Cabin Repair & Restoration Workshop 15 - 18 November, 2016 Learn. Teach. Do. We are always looking for opportunities to learn more about the processes and techniques used to preserve our historic structure. So when we heard that the Historic...read more
Please join us as we commemorate the restoration of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in the Duluth Civic Center Historic District. Friday, July 29, 2016 11:00 am Outside City Hall – 411 W First Street Duluth, Minn. 55802 The Soldiers and Sailors Monument,...read more
Partially demolished in January of 2015, theNorthern Bedrock crew had their work cut out for them removing debris from the Reverend William T. Boutwell House. The Boutwell family cemetery across the street was also required attention.read more
Building a Pathway to the Preservation Trades
Northern Bedrock Historic Preservation Corps' mission is to develop lifelong workforce skills by connecting young people to the earth, cultures, and traditions through historic preservation work and outdoor service.