Monthly Archives: March 2016

Draft Animal Training Scholarships

Calling all farmers (new, historic, museum, and aspiring)! Learn how to use draft horses and oxen in your historic farming programing and to power your farms sustainably and productively. ALHFAM Institutional member Tillers International (Michigan) is offering scholarships that will … Continue reading

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An Anarchist’s Guide to Historic House Museums

I just finished reading An Anarchist’s Guide to Historic House Museums. This is not a review. Whether or not you agree with many of the ideas espoused, it is thought-provoking. I do unabashedly love the idea of the Anarchist tags. … Continue reading

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“Life in the Slow Lane, Still a Draw for Heritage Fans”

The article Life in the Slow Lane, Still a Draw for Heritage Fans appeared in the New York Times recently (and features a great image of the Frontier Culture Museum). ALHFAM President Tom Kelleher is quoted and our website it … Continue reading

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The Walking Dead meets ALHFAM?

No… I’m not referring to that early morning session on the last day of an ALHFAM conference after a very long night! For those folks that are fans of the hit TV Show The Walking Dead, you may have picked … Continue reading

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Interpreting & Plowing & Bookbinding & More

Many great opportunities to learn new skills, meet new people, and see new places are available in the next few months thanks to ALHFAM regional and Professional Interest Group gatherings. Take advantage if you can: The Mid-Atlantic region has put … Continue reading

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