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Preservation Resources

The APT Texas Board has compiled a list of preservation resources across the state of Texas. Click on the title of each resource to access the website. This list is for reference purposes only. If you would like to suggest a new resource, please email us at





Online Resources

Preservation Training Opportunities


Professional Groups


Associated Universities and Student Groups & Organizations

APT Texas Chapter E-Newsletters

  • Fall 2020

  • Winter 2020

  • Spring 2022

  • Winter 2022

APT Texas Education Grant

  • The Association for Preservation Technology Texas Chapter (APT Texas) is periodically offers the APT Texas Education and Research Grant. Typically four (4) awards, in the range of $250 each are issued. These grants are made possible by the APT Texas Educational Fund.

  • The goals of this grant program are:

    • To support and encourage student research in the field of Historic Preservation (HP);

      • To encourage and promote field study and “hands-on” experience in the field of HP/conservation;

      • To develop student skills in competitive proposal writing.

  • Eligibility: All undergraduate and graduate students in any Texas-based school with a project focused on or related to Historic Preservation.

  • Timetable: Varies year to year.

  • Proposals (as a single PDF or Word Document)

    • ​Describe your overall project and its methodology. (≤200 words)

    • Describe the specific activities to be funded by your APT Texas grant. How will the grant-funded expenditures support or enhance your research/field study? (≤100 words)

      • Proposed grant budget (be complete and provide examples or explanation as needed; for travel in your own vehicle please use a rate of $0.575/mile). Eligible expenses include: travel (this may include fuel costs, air/train tickets, lodging); printing/copying/office expenses; materials/equipment; and other costs as proposed.

  • Criteria for awards:

    • Clarity of application (overall, budget)

    • Benefit to both the applicant’s course of study and the field of historic preservation

    • Significance of the overall project

  • Partial awards may be made.

    (link not active outside of current grant cycle)

State of Texas

Texas Central Capital Region

Bastrop County

Blanco County

Caldwell County

Fayette County

Lee County

Llano County

Travis County

Williamson County


Dallas/Fort Worth Region

Dallas County


Houston/Galveston Region

Harris County

Galveston County

Texas Lower Rio Grande Valley

Cameron County


Texas Alamo Area

Bexar County

Comal County


West Texas

El Paso County

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