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AHW-VT-02

Course title: Introduction to Wood Preservation
Instructors: Ron Anthony (Anthony & Associates); Sterling Holdorf (NPS); Mary Webb (NPS)
Dates: July 10-11
Location: Grand Teton National Park
Course Description: This two-day workshop is covers the basics of wood construction systems, the properties of wood, wood deterioration mechanisms, and appropriate treatments for preservation of wood buildings and components. Participants will learn about the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Historic Preservation and Treatments for Historic Properties, and how they are applied. The classroom workshop will take place at White Grass Ranch in Grand Teton National Park. Lodging at White Grass Ranch is free to workshop participants.
Credit Designation: LU
Learning units: 6
Course format: Instructor led face-to-face
Learning Objectives:
1: Become familiar with wood construction systems
2: Understand the properties of wood and its deterioration mechanisms
3: Learn the principles of basic wood preservation, and how to apply the Secretary of the Interior's Standards to wood preservation
4: Understand the appropriate Secretary of the Interior's Treatment options for wood buildings
Primary Point of Contact: Carly-Ann Anderson, Executive Director, AHW. 307 333 3508. ExecDirector@HistoricWyoming.org.
Cost for credits: $300.00

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