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Creating and Using Oral Histories in the Preservation of Historic Resources

This is the page to pay regular tuition ($350) for Creating and Using Oral Histories (Grand Teton NP, August 8-10).

By B.E.S.T. Preservation Workshops

When and where

Date and time

August 8 · 8am - August 10 · 4:30pm MDT


White Grass Ranch 1168 Whitegrass Ranch Rd Moose, WY 83012

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About this event

  • 2 days 8 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

This is the page to pay regular tuition ($350) for Creating and Using Oral Histories (Grand Teton NP, August 8-10).


***You MUST register through the BEST Preservation Registration Form BEFORE paying tuition. This is so we can confirm there is room in the workshop for you. Do NOT pay tuition until you have received a confirmation from us notifying you there is room for you in the workshop. 

If you are paying for someone else, please email us at and let us know which trainee(s) the ticket is for. Thanks!


Refunds of tuition minus the processing fee will be issued up to 30 days before the workshop.

About the organizer

The National Park Service's BEST Preservation Workshops are dedicated to hands-on and experiential learning for those interested in preserving our National Park's cultural resources. The workshops are open to anyone: federal, state, and local government employees; private sector contractors, consultants, architects, and design professionals; students; non-profit employees; and homeowners. 


Each workshop topic covers a step in the progression of a historic preservation project and build from basic Preservation knowledge to building investigation to treatment to maintenance. 


The National Park Service's Brick, Earth, Stone, and Timber (BEST) Preservation Workshop Series is a program of the Historic Preservation Training Center (HPTC).