The Ohio Preservation Council serves as a coalition of preservationists, conservators, librarians, archivists, curators, records managers, the institutions they represent, and other concerned citizens who recognize the serious threat to documentary heritage. The Council's mission is to provide a network for preservation education and to support preservation activities within the state of Ohio.

 

The Council believes in cooperative, state-wide efforts across geographic and professional lines are needed to meet preservation challenges.

 

 
 
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Collaborate with preservation professionals; join the Ohio Preservation Council today!

 
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We want to hear from you! Help us plan our upcoming programs by taking a quick survey.

 

OPC September Meeting in Oberlin (Thursday, September 18th, 10:30)

Now is the time to get involved!

Click HERE for information about the 9/18 meeting.

 

Connecting to Collections Regional Workshops, “A Question of Balance: Collection Environment Basics: How to Maintain Your Collection and What to Do if Something Goes Wrong

November 5 - Newark John & Christine Warner Library, OSU-Newark

November 7 - Dayton South Patterson Building, University of Dayton

November 13 - Perrysburg BGSU at Levis Commons

November 18 - Akron Public Library of Akron & Summit Cty.

November 21 - Athens Kennedy Museum of Art, Ohio University

Click HERE for more information.