[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2018-06-29
INFO Heritage * OPRD
Heritage.Info at oregon.gov
Fri Jun 29 13:57:39 PDT 2018
In this issue:
1. July Oregon Heritage Traditions
2. Oregon Heritage MentorCorps offers free equipment lending program (CORRECTION)
3. Submit events for Oregon Archaeology Month
4. Oregon Historic Trails Grants through OCF
5. Read select Oregon Historical Quarterly articles free online
6. Tourism focused grant workshop in Sandy July 11
7. Travel Oregon 101 workshops across the state Aug.-Dec.
JULY OREGON HERITAGE TRADITIONS
The Oregon Heritage Tradition designation recognizes those events more than 50 years old that represent what it means to be an Oregonian. If you are looking for something to do this summer, you might consider checking out a Heritage Tradition. Here is a list of Heritage Traditions happening in July:
4th of July Bend Pet Parade<https://www.bendparksandrec.org/activities/4th-of-july-festival/> - July 4
Bohemia Mining Days<https://bohemiaminingdays.org/> - July 19-21
Pacific City Dory Days<https://theoregoncoast.info/PacificCity/DoryDays.html> - July 20-22
To see a list of all Oregon Heritage Traditions or to learn more about how to designate an event, visit www.oregonheritage.org<http://www.oregonheritage.org>.
OREGON HERITAGE MENTORCORPS OFFERS FREE EQUIPMENT LENDING PROGRAM (CORRECTION)
Temperature, humidity, and light can all be a threat to heritage collections if they are not monitored and regulated. Tools like dataloggers and light meters can help those managing heritage collections get an idea of the conditions where collections are stored or exhibited. Data collected can help you prioritize decisions with collections and that data can also support grant applications for improving the environment of the collection area.
You can now borrow dataloggers (for monitoring humidity and temperature), light meters, and Past Perfect Software training sets through Oregon Heritage MentorCorps for FREE!
Check out the list of MentorCorps Partner organizations below and directly contact the Partner in your region to get information on borrowing equipment.
Coos History Museum - collections at cooshistory.org<mailto:collections at cooshistory.org>
Tillamook County Pioneer Museum - exhibits at tcpm.org<mailto:exhibits at tcpm.org>
Klamath County Museums - nreynolds at klamathcounty.org<mailto:nreynolds at klamathcounty.org>
Lane County History Museum - registrar at lchm.org<mailto:registrar at lchm.org>
Willamette Heritage Center - kyliep at willametteheritage.org<mailto:kyliep at willametteheritage.org>
Columbia Gorge Discovery Center - cpurcell at gorgediscovery.org<mailto:cpurcell at gorgediscovery.org> (In the June 26 announcement, the email for this location was incorrect. This is the corrected email.)
Tamástslikt Cultural Institute- Randall.melton at tamastslikt.org<mailto:Randall.melton at tamastslikt.org>
If there isn't a MentorCorps Partner in your region, or you have questions about the program, contact Katie Henry at Oregon Heritage at Katie.henry at oregon.gov<mailto:Katie.henry at oregon.gov> or (503) 986-0671.
The Oregon Heritage MentorCorps is a statewide network of volunteers trained in collection care, emergency response and recovery, and nonprofit administration. If you are looking for some guidance, assistance with project planning, resources, or trainings for staff and volunteers, then consider requesting a heritage mentor by contacting Katie Henry at Katie.Henry at oregon.gov<mailto:Katie.Henry at oregon.gov> or 503-986-0671. For more information visit www.mindyourcollections.org<http://www.mindyourcollections.org>.
SUBMIT EVENTS FOR OREGON ARCHAEOLOGY MONTH
Calling for archaeology related events to include in the 2018-2019 Oregon Archaeology Month Calendar of Events! These events must occur between Oct. 1, 2018-June 30, 2019. Please submit your events to the Oregon Archaeology Month committee for inclusion in our calendar. We are looking for activities, talks, tours, exhibits, and demonstrations designed to inspire and inform people about Oregon's heritage. Events can be anything having to do with archaeology or a related field.
Events must be submitted by July 31 by filling out this form: https://www.oregon.gov/OPRD/hcd/arch/docs/2018%20call%20for%20events.pdf.
OREGON HISTORIC TRAILS GRANTS THROUGH OCF
Each fall, the Oregon Historic Trails Fund awards grants to support projects that interpret, preserve or maintain Oregon's trail-related resources. Grants may also be awarded for marketing, education, advocacy and research relating to historic trails.
The Oregon Historic Trails Fund supports interpretive, educational, and economic projects that preserve and protect the cultural and natural resources of Oregon's historic trails. An advisory committee made up of persons who are knowledgeable about Oregon's historic trails and cultural resources reviews grant applications and makes recommendations to the OCF board of directors. Approximately $40,000 may be available in one or more grants each year. Applicants will be notified of funding decisions in November. Applications are accepted beginning July 10, 2018, through the deadline of 5 pm on August 31, 2018.
New for 2018: Applications are accepted through MyOCF, our online application system. Please see the "Application Process" tab for more information.
Please review the 2018 Request for Proposal<https://www.oregoncf.org/Templates/media/files/grants/Oregon%20Historic%20Trails/2018%20OHTF%20RFP.doc> form for information about eligibility, competitiveness and request size.
READ SELECT OREGON HISTORICAL QUARTERLY ARTICLES FREE ONLINE
Did you know that the Oregon Historical Society offers select articles from past issues of the Oregon Historical Quarterly free on their website? Browse ohs.org/readohq<https://t.e2ma.net/click/300pwb/jtxycc/nkxv0v> for a list of free articles, or start with those below:
The Making of Seaside's "Indian Palace"<https://t.e2ma.net/click/300pwb/jtxycc/3cyv0v>
By Doug Deur, Winter 2016, 117:4
Tectonic History and Cultural Memory<https://t.e2ma.net/click/300pwb/jtxycc/j5yv0v>
By R. Scott Byram, Summer 2007, 108:2
The Earliest American Map of the Northwest Coast<https://t.e2ma.net/click/300pwb/jtxycc/zxzv0v>
By James V. Walker and William L. Lang, Summer 2017, 118.2
TOURISM FOCUSED GRANT WORKSHOP IN SANDY JULY 11
Tourism-Focused Grant Writing & Resources Workshops
July 11, Sandy
The Mt. Hood and Columbia River Gorge RDMO (Regional Destination Marketing and Management Organization) is pleased to offer our region this interactive grant writing workshop focused on developing tourism-related projects and securing funding for that work. Join Meredith Howell, an experienced grant writer and grant coach for a discussion on:
* New funding opportunities through Travel Oregon
* What makes a story compelling?
* How to organize grant work to make deadlines a breeze
* Gaining commitments from your Board and other stakeholders
* Budgeting basics and beyond
* Evaluating your work
* Using online grant systems
* Tips for successful Travel Oregon grant applications
This free event, refreshments provided, is limited to 40 spots. Registration required-please send no more than 2 people from your organization so we can reach as many organizations as possible. To learn more visit the Hood/Gorge Industry News<https://www.hood-gorge.com/industry-resources> page.
TRAVEL OREGON 101 WORKSHOPS ACROSS THE STATE AUG.-DEC.
The Travel Oregon 101 seminar is an opportunity to dive into Oregon's travel & tourism industry, designed to benefit visitor-related businesses, organizations and communities. Participants will gain knowledge of the many opportunities available through Travel Oregon and the network of local, regional, national and international industry partners. Below are the dates and locations for the events:
Aug. 1- online webinar
Sept. 30 - Tigard
Oct. 9 - Waldport
Nov. 15 - Pendleton
Nov. 16 - John Day
Dec. 3 - McMinnville
For more information or to register for the events visit http://industry.traveloregon.com/events/upcoming/
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Oregon Heritage News is a service of Oregon Heritage, a division of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The news editor can be contacted at heritage.info at oregon.gov<mailto:heritage.info at oregon.gov>.
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