Preservation Fellowship Program - Restoration of Structure 34 <br />in Mirador, Guatemala.

 

Preservation Fellowship Program

Restoration of Structure 34
in Mirador, Guatemala.

 

 

Supporting Preservation Projects in the
Developing World

 

Note:  The Global Heritage Preservation Fellowship
Program is by invitation only.

The purpose of the Global Heritage Preservation Fellowship Program is to support cultural heritage conservation and community development work with the potential for significant contributions to the long-term preservation of endangered cultural heritage sites in developing countries by international and in-country scholars and students. We feel strongly that by supporting this generation in their preservation efforts and education we can help to secure endangered sites for future generations.

Global Heritage Fund supports one-year projects in the disciplines of archaeological conservation, historic preservation, heritage management, conservation science, site management planning, GIS and mapping, and sustainable tourism and community development.  GHF encourages interdisciplinary and collaborative projects, especially those that combine disciplines in novel and potentially productive ways focused on best practices in preservation of endangered cultural heritage sites in developing countries.