Poultry flock inspection, blade sheep shearing, English formal gardens in America, heritage potatoes, preservation of period clothing, spinning and weaving, behaviorism applications for tourists . . .
What a wonderfully eclectic mix of topics; articles about which are found in just two issues of the Bulletin, ALHFAM’s quarterly journal. Every issue I receive has something of personal or professional interest in it. Oftentimes I share them with colleagues and friends (I just sent two articles to my boss about reinterpreting historic buildings). Perhaps a few folks have become members because of it.
Fortunately for ALHFAM members, full issues of the Bulletin from 2007 through today are available for viewing on the members-only section of our website. They’re also keyword searchable through the Skills and Knowledge Database (more on that in a future blog post).
The Bulletin is a wonderful, and lasting, way for ALHFAM members to share their vast knowledge. Make sure you open it when it arrives in your inbox (or mailbox) and by all means contribute articles. Let’s keep the eclectic and educational mix going!
–Deb Arenz, ALHFAM Vice-President