Text Size:   A+ A- A   •   Text Only
Site Image
  • MentorCorps gives free assistance to collecting organizations

    A new statewide network of volunteer mentors trained in collections care and emergency management works directly with Oregon museums, libraries and archives to improve collections care and prepare for emergencies. Funded in part by the Institute of Museum Services and the Oregon Cultural Trust, this service is available for archives, libraries and museums for free.

    Click here to learn more.

  • Bulletins give tips for heritage organizations, collections

    Two dozen Heritage Bulletins with information on copyright laws, cemetery markers, organizational management and other topics offer information to help organizations. The newest offers basic information about copyright laws and the ability to re-publish newspapers. Newespapers are a great source of information about governmental activity, such as that taking place in the Sherman County Courthouse (right).

    List of all Heritage Bulletins

    Heritage Bulletin 24: Copyright, Public Domain and Creative Commons




Resources and Services News and Updates
 McCollough Bridge.jpg
Heritage Conference April 22-24
The 2015 Oregon Heritage Conference will have the theme of "Chart Your Course" when it takes place in the Coos Bay area.
Heritage Plan gives directions to all 
The Oregon Heritage Plan contains strategies for the Oregon Heritage Commission and organizations throughout the state.
Heritage impacts in Oregon tallied in report
Heritage positively impacts every Oregonian and every community in the state, from the economy to education to food.
Support from Cultural Trust
Oregon Cultural Trust
The Oregon Heritage Commission is a recipient of funds from the Oregon Cultural Trust. Support heritage and recieve a tax credit by donating to the Oregon Cultural Trust.