The Definitive Guide to Environmental Monitoring

The Definitive Guide to Environmental Monitoring for Collections?! We’ve long had the idea for a definitive guide to environmental monitoring for collections – the topic of this post. The idea of a definitive guide is a bit tongue in cheek. When we started Conserv in the fall of 2018, Nathan and I were convinced that […]

Team Conserv at the 2022 AIC Annual Conference

Team Conserv recently joined over 1,000 conservation and collections care professionals at the 2022 AIC Annual Conference in Los Angeles, CA. The American Institute for Conservation (AIC) celebrated its 50th birthday with an energizing meeting full of conversations about the past, present, and future of cultural heritage conservation. Conserv co-founders Austin Senseman and Nathan McMinn […]

The Small Collections Monitoring Program – What is it?

M. Susan Barger of the Conserv Community Board introduces the Small Collections Monitoring Program (SCMP). Read on to learn about how you can trade in your old data loggers to small collections just getting started with monitoring. What is the Small Collections Monitoring Program? You did it! Your institution is going to join Conserv and […]

#AskAConservator Day – Conserv style!

What is #AskAConservator Day? The American Institute for Conservation (AIC) encourages a social media campaign using the hashtag #AskAConservator Day every year on November. Why November? #AskAConservator Day commemorates the flooding in Florence, Italy on November 4th, 1966. This flood was so severe, it caused damage to priceless buildings and items of cultural heritage. Fortunately, many […]

Wireless Environmental Monitoring for Museums: “Keep doing what you’re doing”

At CONSERV we care about collections AND the people who care for collections. In this series of blogs we dive into the stories of some of our favorite customers, what brought them to their current place in their careers, and the unique ways they’re using Conserv. The University of Wyoming Art Museum plays a special […]

Conserv Welcomes Melissa King

Melissa King is one of Conserv’s newest team members! She comes to us from a Samuel H. Kress Fellowship in Preventive Conservation at the Smithsonian, and she is eager to help us build our connections with the preservation community.

Sustainability at Conserv

Sustainability matters. We’re creating a business model where we serve our customers well and profitably while also limiting our environmental impact.