Water is a vital substance to all known forms of life on this planet, and a key ingredient in the production of many cultural heritage materials. Think of the large amounts of water that are required to make paper or tan leather. Water can also wreak havoc on collections in all its forms: solid, liquid, […]

Disaster Preparedness at the National World War II Museum

May 1 is Mayday, which was established by the Society of American Archivists and Heritage Preservation, now part of the Foundation for Advancement in Conservation, to raise awareness of disaster preparedness and encourage preservation professionals to take responsibility for doing one thing to improve their readiness for disasters. We recently sat down with Conserv customer […]

Environmental Monitoring & Working from Home

On a normal day disconnected data loggers are a small hassle, but when there’s a real emergency non-wireless solutions just don’t work at all.