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Remote environmental monitoring equipment for museums

At Conserv, we care about collections AND the people who care for collections. We talked to Toni back in May 2022 on disaster preparedness at The National World War II Museum in New Orleans and wanted to learn more about her and how she uses Conserv as the Director for Collections Management.   Toni acquired […]

Team Conserv at the 2022 SMA Annual Conference

Conserv at the SMA Annual Conference I was fortunate to represent Conserv at the 2022 Small Museums Association (SMA) 38th Annual Conference this year in College Park Maryland. It was my first time attending this conference, and it was so refreshing to see fellow museum professionals in person again. Conserv chose to sponsor this event […]

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 […]

Conserv at the OZ Museum

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. Today, we take a closer look at the OZ […]

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 […]